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MISERY LOVES CO. - Returns With A New Song

No, it wasn’t just a one-off event when Swedish industrial metal band Misery Loves Co. returned in 2016 and hit the main stages at some of Europe's leading metal festivals some might have thought of it as a temporary return. But a year later a new song, the instant Misery-classic “Would You?”, was released.
17 years after their critically acclaimed third album Your Vision Was Never Mine To Share the band proved themselves better than ever before. More shows followed, both in the US and in Europe.
And now... Misery Loves Co. released another new track, “Suburban Breakdown”, and it could be their strongest track to date. Just like in the past the band manage to mix aggressiveness with melody and innovativeness with an impressive songwriting. The chorus might be the best thing you’ll hear all year. “Suburban Breakdown” was mixed by Roberto Laghi (In Flames, Entombed AD) in Gothenburg. On the cover is an amazing piece of art by Italian painter Alessio Radice. Give it a listen in the player below. Link