industrial punk

Misery Loves Co. to release new studio album “Zero” on November 29th 2019

Sweden’s leading industrial metal band is back after 19 years! Misery Loves Co. shaped the industrial metal scene during the 90’s and became critically acclaimed among the global music press as well as a household name among many fans. Everybody took the band to their hearts when they heard the band’s unique and innovative mix of aggressive industrial metal mixed with gloomy melodies and impressive songwriting.

Misery Loves Co. releases new single “Suburban Breakdown”

No, it wasn't just a one-off event. When Swedish industrial 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.
 

Sulpher releases video for new single “Take A Long Hard Look” and announces new album “No One Will Ever Know”

Eagerly awaited by the public, keenly anticipated by their fans: following a hiatus of several years, London’s alternative rock quartet Sulpher surrounding Marilyn Manson/The Prodigy guitarist Rob Holliday has finalised a new album, whis is titled, “No One Will Ever Know”.

The album is scheduled for release on SPV/Oblivion in August 2018 and presents the recently reformed act more uncompromising, captivating and contemporary than ever before.

The first single release “Take A Long Hard Look” is out now. Watch the video below.

The band stated: