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Listen to a new Swedish symphonic DSBM piece by Mist of Misery

Listen to a new Swedish symphonic DSBM piece by Mist of Misery
 After the critically acclaimed full length “Absence” released back in 2016, Mist of Misery is now returning with their long anticipated mini-album “Shackles Of Life”. The symphonic DSBM band from Stockholm started its journey back in March 2010, and has released so far two full lengths and two EPs. Currently, the band works as a quartet.
 
 
“Broken Chains”, the third track from the “Shackles of Life” EP, has a haunting beauty within its mournful atmosphere, filled with the serene arrangements of synths, endless melodic guitar harmonies and stirring melancholic vocals.
 
 
First chapter of their dual EPs, “Shackles of Life” features some of the gloomiest and utter beautiful crafted work in a long time. It’s simply one of those releases which rarely comes out. If you’ve enjoyed “Absence”, then this will be a step above.

This EP also marks the sad departure of Erik Molnar from Mist of Misery. Guitar player Molnar took this decision because of his busy schedule with recording and writing for the new Hyperion album. Erik will still linger around, of course, for this release to watch as everyone absorbs it.

The release was mixed by Mortuz Denatuz and mastered by Ronnie Björnström of Defitory and EAP Mix Room, known for working with bands like Bodyfarm, Aeon, or Cut up, while the artwork was done by talented Russian artist Alex Tartsus.
 
 
Source: Qabar Extreme Music PR
Photo by Joel Hagroth
 
Posted by Gina S., at 15:51 |  July 11, 2017  | 0 Comments  | 1697 Views « BACK

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