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Album Review

Brutal. That's simply the best word to describe the sophomore full length by the Baltimore/Washington D.C. quartet, Misery Index. There's no more fitting label than Relapse to put out 2006's Discordia, as it's chock-full of expertly precise death metal drumming, vocal growls, and razor-sharp guitar riffs. Everything is perfectly fitting about Discordia — the cheesy album cover art (which would look great airbrushed on the back of a denim jacket circa 1986) and such song titles as "Unmarked Graves," "Meet Reality," and "The Medusa Stare." Fans of good old-fashioned death metal and grindcore should get a kick out of these folks from the East Coast, especially on tracks such as the aforementioned album opener, "Unmarked Graves," and "Conquistadores," the latter of which features super human drumming by Adam Jarvis that needs to be heard to be believed. Discordia is an absolute must-hear for extreme metallists worldwide.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

A death metal band from Baltimore, MD, Misery Index was founded in 2001 by vocalist and bassist Jason Netherton, drummer Kevin Talley (both former members of Dying Fetus), and guitarist Mike Harrison (ex-Pessimist). They announced their arrival that same year with a self-released EP entitled Overthrow and another disgruntled Dying Fetus alum, guitarist Sparky Voyles, would join the group in time for a 2002 split release with Commit Suicide. Voyles was soon handling all six-string duties, due to Harrison's...
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