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Misery Index

Misery Index Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 44,986
Category Death Grind, Death Metal, Grindcore
Concerts
May
04
Hammersonic Festival 2024
Jakarta
Tickets
May
16
KYTTARO
Athina
Tickets
May
17
Patronaat
Haarlem
Tickets
May
18
Antwerp Metal Fest 2024
Antwerp
Tickets
May
19
Metropool Enschede
Enschede
Tickets
Jul
27
Colos-Saal
Aschaffenburg
Tickets
Aug
07
Brutal Assault 2024
Jaroměř
Tickets
Aug
08
Café Central
Weinheim
Tickets
About Misery Index
In their 16-year existence, MISERY INDEX have released five studio albums, several EPs and performed well over 1000 concerts in 44 Countries. MISERY INDEX began as a studio project in 2001, when vocalist and bassist Jason Netherton (ex-DYING FETUS) joined together with guitarist / vocalist Mike Harrison and drummer Kevin Talley (ex-DYING FETUS) to record their debut EP “Overthrow”. This five-song death/grind attack received considerable praise in underground circles, shifting Misery Index into a full time project with the addition of Sparky Voyles (ex-DYING FETUS) on guitar. In 2002, Mike Harrison and Kevin Talley left the band to focus on other projects and the latter was replaced by Matt Byers, who took up drum duties for their first US tour that summer in support of KATAKLYSM. In 2003, MISERY INDEX released their first full-length “Retaliate”, to exceptional reviews and numerous tours in Europe and North America supporting bands such as DYING FETUS, AMON AMARTH, DEICIDE, and NILE. In 2004 a video for “The Great Depression” was released, complimenting their first live DVD, which featured a full set recorded in Athens, Greece. Later in 2004, Adam Jarvis (also currently of PIG DESTROYER and SCOUR) took over on drums, just in time for MISERY INDEX to hit such European festivals as Wacken Open Air, Brutal Assault, and Party.San Open Air, followed with more touring alongside bands such as BEHEMOTH, NAPALM DEATH, SUFFOCATION, ROTTEN SOUND, and MAGRUDERGRIND. In 2005, guitarist and vocalist Mark Kloeppel (ex-CAST THE STONE) joined Jason, Adam and Sparky, solidifying the line-up for the next five years. In 2006, second full-length “Discordia” was unleashed, followed by even more persistent touring with bands such as FEAR FACTORY, DESPISED ICON, JOB FOR A COWBOY, BENEATH THE MASSACRE, NECROPHAGIST and ORIGIN. In 2007, MISERY INDEX appeared on festivals like Hellfest in France and Tuska in Finland, as well as hitting places like Turkey, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Romania and Croatia for the first time. However, despite being on the road for months, MISERY INDEX were ready to finalise their third album, so recordings commenced with Kurt Ballou (CONVERGE) at God City Studios in May of 2008. Later that year “Traitors” was released and the band embarked on their next tour with ORIGIN and ABYSMAL DAWN right as the album was hitting stores. Reactions from both critics and fans were raving and the album showcased an exceptional return to form. In 2008 and 2009, the band toured extensively, playing with and supporting bands such as THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, SOILENT GREEN, HATE ETERNAL, THE FACELESS, CANNIBAL CORPSE, PSYCROPTIC and many more, as well as seeing their first trips to places like Mexico, Russia and Iceland, an appearance on the prestigious Extreme the Dojo festivals in Japan, the Maryland Deathfest in Baltimore and European festivals such as Summer Breeze, Party.San, Hellfest, and Death Feast. Entering 2010, the band booked time at Wrightway Studios with producer Steve Wright in their home state of Maryland to commence recording of the fourth album. MISERY INDEX released “Heirs to Thievery” in May 2010, dropping like a bomb on the Death Metal masses and shattering all expectations. The album was both a commercial and critical success, elevating the band into headlining slots in both Europe and the United States. “Heirs to Thievery” showcased the growing maturity and depth of the band, as the varied songwriting shifted naturally from nuanced, blasting technicality (“Fed to the Wolves”), through pit-inducing groove (“The Carrion Call”), to crushing heaviness (“The 7th Cavalry”). The growth and penetrating hooks of the songs took the band to new levels and was followed by several tours with bands such as GRAVE and AEON in Europe, PSYCROPTIC, ORIGIN, and DECAPITATED in Australia and DESPISED ICON, REVOCATION, JOB FOR A COWBOY, GOATWHORE, and EYEHATEGOD in North America. 2010 also saw the departure of long time guitarist Sparky Voyles, who was replaced by Darin Morris. Festivals followed in 2011, with MISERY INDEX making appearances at Obscene Extreme, Tuska, With Full Force, Metalfest Open Air and Neurotic Death Fest, as well as seeing their first visit to countries such as Colombia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. In 2012, the band made an appearance supporting CANNIBAL CORPSE on their US “Torture” tour, while also joining the Full of Hate festival tour in Europe alongside CANNIBAL CORPSE, BEHEMOTH and LEGION OF THE DAMNED. On the Munich date of the “Full of Hate” tour, the band recorded their first live album. The album will be released on numbered, die-cut vinyl and digital download in February 2013 Again recording at Wrightway studios in Baltimore, MISERY INDEX recorded and released “The Killing Gods” in May of 2014 via the French label Season of Mist. The album was their most critically acclaimed and top-selling album to date, and was followed by two videos for the songs “The Calling” and “The Harrowing,” as well as two European headlining tours, in the summer of 2014 and the summer of 2016. The band also performed two North American tours, one in 2015 with Hate Eternal, Rivers of Nihil and Beyond Creation, and one in 2016 with Napalm Death and the Black Dahlia Murder. In 2018 the band reentered the studio and recorded their sixth album, "Rituals of Power" which was released on March 8, 2019 on Season of Mist records.
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Genres
Death Grind, Death Metal, Grindcore
Band members
Darin Morris - Guitar, Adam Jarvis - drums, Mark Kloeppel - guitar/vox, Jason Netherton - bass/vox, Jason Netherton, Adam Jarvis, Mark Kloeppel, Darin Morris
Photos
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What fans are saying
James
5 / 5
Hey it was a great show death 💀 metal rules
The Sanctuary Detroit, MI
May 09, 2022
James
5 / 5
Hey it was a great show 😊
Emerson Theater Indianapolis, IN
May 08, 2022
.
5 / 5
Amazing sound and great performance as usual.
JunkYard Dortmund, Germany
Apr 04, 2023
Charles
5 / 5
Lots of 😈💀💀💀💀😈... no 🐏
The Opera House Toronto Toronto, Canada
Jun 11, 2019
Keith Glaspy
5 / 5
My best show ever...misery Index rock
Hell at The Masquerade Atlanta, GA
May 18, 2022
Bahar
5 / 5
Killer show as usual 🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻
La Machine du Moulin Rouge Paris, France
Mar 04, 2020
Max Joseph
5 / 5
Great show. Pure Death Metal.
Backstage Halle Munich, Germany
Apr 04, 2023
Doug
5 / 5
Tight, brutal, mean-spirited, and loud.
Foufounes Électriques Montréal, QC
May 12, 2022
Erik
5 / 5
🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻*new salem*🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻 Geile Show !
Protzen Open Air Protzen, Germany
Jun 29, 2019
Dmytro
5 / 5
Excellent... as usual.
Velvet Underground Toronto, ON
May 10, 2022
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Misery Index Tour Cities
Weinheim, Germany Jakarta, Indonesia Aschaffenburg, Germany Haarlem, Netherlands Athens, Greece Enschede, Netherlands Jaroměř, Czech Republic Antwerp, Belgium

Frequently Asked Questions About Misery Index

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Misery Index on tour?

Yes, Misery Index is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Misery Index concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Misery Index tour is scheduled for 8 dates across 8 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Misery Index scheduled to play?

Misery Index is scheduled to play 8 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Misery Index tour start?

Misery Index’s tour starts May 04, 2024 and ends on Aug 08, 2024. They will play 8 cities; their most recent concert was held in Jakarta at Hammersonic Festival and their next upcoming concert will be in Jakarta at Hammersonic Festival.

What venues is Misery Index performing at?

As part of the Misery Index tour, Misery Index is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 04 - Jakarta, Indonesia @ Hammersonic Festival
May 16 - Athina, Greece @ KYTTARO
May 17 - Haarlem, 07 @ Patronaat
May 18 - Antwerp, Flanders @ Fort Merksem
May 19 - Enschede, Netherlands @ Metropool Enschede
Jul 27 - Aschaffenburg, 02 @ Colos-Saal
Aug 07 - Jaroměř, Hradec Králové @ Fortress Josefov - Underground Passages
Aug 08 - Weinheim, BW @ Café Central
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