Roadrunner Records band The Amity Affliction have released their widely anticipated new LP MISERY, which is available today at all DSPs and

The band’s own Ahren Stringer remarked, “It’s hard to describe how excited we are for everyone to finally hear this record. We started writing MISERY two years ago and have put everything we possibly had into it. I personally have never been more proud of anything in my life and I’m so happy to now share it with all of you.”

MISERY is highlighted by the gripping singles “Ivy (Doomsday)” and “Feels Like I’m Dying,” the cinematic videos for which mark the first two chapters of a three-part short film written and directed by Birch. Head over to the band’s Facebook page to see a trailer shared today for the final part, which will debut in the near future.

Having just completed a U.S. run on the final Vans Warped Tour 2018, The Amity Affliction head to Europe this Autumn for a headline tour stopping off in Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Norway, and Belgium.

The UK dates, with support from The Plot In You, Dream State, and Endless Heights, are as follows:

The UK dates, with support from The Plot In You, Dream State, and Endless Heights, are as follows:
2.10.18 Birmingham @ O2 Academy 2 (tickets:
03.10.18 Leeds @ Church (
04.10.18 London @ The Electric Ballroom (
05.10.18 Glasgow @ Queen Margaret Union (
06.10.18 Hull @ Welly:One (
07.10.18 Manchester @ Academy 2 (
08.10.18 Bristol @ SWX (
For complete details and ticket information, please visit

Recorded earlier this year in Baltimore, MD with producer Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, Ariana Grande, Underoath), MISERY is the long-awaited follow-up to The Amity Affliction’s acclaimed fifth studio album, THIS COULD BE HEARTBREAK. That LP made a spectacular chart debut upon its 2016 arrival, entering among the top 30 on the U.S. SoundScan/Billboard 200 while also charting at #1 in their native Australia – The Amity Affliction’s third consecutive time topping the ARIA Album Chart.

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