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Heirs To Thievery [CD]

Misery Index Audio CD

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Misery Index, based out of Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, DC, USA, features vocalist and bassist Jason Netherton, guitarist Sparky Voyles, drummer Adam Jarvis, and guitarist/vocalist Mark "Lo Sneek" Kloeppel.

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Misery Index was born in the spring of 2001, by vocalist/bassist Jason Netherton along with vocalist/guitarist Mike Harrison as a studio project, ... Read more in Amazon's Misery Index Store

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5.0 out of 5 stars Misery Index always delivers!! 11 May 2010
By Frank Rini - Published on
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Misery Index return with their 4th full length cd. Basically they stay true to their death/grind sound. If you liked them before that will not change. This is fantastic and it was cool to see John from Dying Fetus lend some vocals to the cd as well, kinda bridging the gap between the 2 bands since Jason left DF yrs ago to form Misery Index. Production is top notch and the songs are brutal. Lots of catchy riffs that will make the pit erupt w/pummeling intensity. This is a buy or Die release!!!!!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the year's best. 24 May 2010
By Thanos - Published on
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Picked up "Heirs" the other day and it has not left my CD player since. A tremendously heavy album filled with crushing grooves and riffs, Misery Index may have written the heaviest album of the year.

The lyrics/vox are intense and through-provoking, the drumming is killer, and the entire album's tempo is just a non-stop, in-your-face, balls-to-the-wall feeding frenzy. This is what metal is supposed to sound like.

Album highlights include "The Illuminaught," "The Carrion Call," and "The Seventh Cavalry." The album cannot be rec'd enough to fans of brutal, inspired music.
5.0 out of 5 stars Heirs to Thievery 3 Jan 2011
By davephatbuds - Published on
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Misery Index has released another great album. As a Misery Index fan for years I am pleased with everything this band records. Their full length albums, EPs, splits, etc. Everything this band records is brilliant.

An adrenaline rush. Play it loud.
5.0 out of 5 stars misery index nails it! 25 Sep 2010
By evil d - Published on
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I was not a fan of Misery Index before Heirs to thievery. I am now. With so much wimpy metal out there,it's nice to hear some straight up ass kicking. i bought this cd on the strength of one song,"Carrion Call". I took a chance and it paid off in spades!
5.0 out of 5 stars Taking Heads In Eloquent Deception 25 Jun 2010
By Scott Rosenbluth - Published on
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Misery Index are at the top of their game! I was really excited to hear Heirs to Thievery not just because Traitors was so good, but because the distance between Death Metal and the really pissed off Hardcore that helped spawn it, is getting larger every year. For every band like Misery Index, there are a hundred Whitechapels or Cannibal Corpses. This band treat their music like a sounding board to rally against corporate greed, corrupt government, and the elite in society that dictate all of our lives. My only question is, in this day and age, why are there not a hundred Misery Index's? Well the answer is simple. Jason Netherton, the principle lyricist, is smarter than the average metal-head. It takes research and insight to write songs like these, things many bands couldn't be bothered with. Musically, Heirs to Thievery sounds the most like Dying Fetus' Destroy the Opposition, of anything they have done. Straight forward power punk riffs, augmented by the occasional technical flourish, with killer drum work and viscious roaring diatribes are this band's M.O. Adam Jarvis' drum work is so freaking good on every track and very mature. Even the slow songs are scorching death metal through and through. There are some fantastic guest appearances that help to break the monotony but I feel like this album could be six songs longer and I'd still love every second! There is nothing deceptive about Misery Index. You'll get strong riffs, ripping drumwork, and roaring vocals that make true meat and potatos death metal. AWESOME, ADDICTIVE, AND ANGRY AS HELL!
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