Misery Breaks Out


New album streaming on Terroriser

London sludge quintet Dead Existence have recently released their long awaited second album ‘Endless Misery’, and you can stream the whole thing with Terrorizer right here  just in time for their UK tour with Swedish doom troupe Walk Through Fire, which begins today in Brighton before calling at Manchester and Nottingham

Since their inception back in 2004, Dead Existence have become a reliably heavy force on the UK’s live circuit. After impressing everyone back in 2007 with their self-titled debut (plus with a split with Brighton’s sludge heroes Dopefight two years later), the band just seemed to get bleaker and bleaker, as evidenced by their 2011 EP ‘Born Into The Planet’s Scars’.

‘Endless Misery’ could well be Dead Existence’s most imposing piece of work yet, an hour long exploration of shame, regret and great big fuck-off riffs. Check it out below…

The full list of tour dates is as follows:

April 21 – Brighton, Bleach, with War Wolf and Conjurer
April 22 – Manchester, Kraak, with Big Machine and Corinth
April 23 – Nottingham, Chameleon, with Dark Mother and Shrykull
May 1 – London, The Black Heart, with Undersmile and Space Witch

‘Endless Misery’ is out now on Black Bow Records.

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