Roadrunner Records band The Amity Affliction have released their long-awaited LP Misery, the follow-up to band’s acclaimed fifth studio album, This Could be Heartbreak (2016).


Recorded earlier this year in Baltimore, MD with producer Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, Ariana Grande, Underoath), 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 The Amity Affliction’s vocalist Joel Birch.

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,” says the band’s own Ahren Stringer.

Having just completed a US tour on the milestone final Vans Warped Tour 2018, The Amity Affliction are set to head to Europe for a fall headline tour slated for stops in Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Norway, and Belgium. Support on select dates will come from Dream State, The Plot In You, Endless Heights, and others.

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