MISERY INDEX Bring The Heavy with New Song “The Choir Invisible”
Oh my god, Misery Index never disappoint when it comes to delivering brutal death metal.
Misery Index’s new song, “The Choir Invisible,” was unveiled today and relentless doesn't begin to describe it.
Such crunchy riffs! The band explains the song title comes from a 1897 poem by George Eliot:
“‘The ‘Choir Invisible’ is a euphemism for the dead, or those who have passed on. In the context of this song, it is an anthem of the dispossessed and the hopeless. Many across the world exist in an ‘in-between’ state that is often ignored and/or washed over because they lack the power and voice to plead their case as human beings. The song takes up this theme and tells it from the somber view of those who risk their lives, board ships and cross oceans in order to find a better life.”
Rituals of Power comes out March 8 on Season of Mist.