The Upcoming Misery Signals Documentary Looks Incredible
Last year Misery Signals reunited with vocalist Jesse Zaraska for a special tour on which they played their debut album, Of Malice and the Magnum Heart, in full. By all accounts the tour was a glorious and successful celebration of that album, and now there’s a film on the way that documents both the reunion and the band’s history leading up to it.
Here’s a synopsis of Yesterday Was Everything, which will be released on June 30th:
“Hardcore band Misery Signals have reunited their original lineup in celebration of the tenth anniversary of their critically acclaimed debut album. This tour marks the first time the band will perform with its former vocalist since his unceremonious ousting a decade prior. Yesterday was Everything explores the fatal tragedy that brought the band together and follows their journey from Vancouver to Toronto as they face old ghosts and attempt to reconcile the past.”
If that sounds incredibly emotionally heavy, that’s because it is, as a quick look at the below trailer confirms; even if your familiarity with Misery Signals is only surface-level — as mine is — it seems like the kind of film that any fan of heavy music, or even music in general, will get something out of. Take a look: