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Trailer Available For Upcoming Misery Signals Documentary

A Misery Signals documentary is in the works and is planned to see a release later this year. The feature will carry the title of “Controller: The Misery Signals Story“. A bit more info on it can be found in the following official blurb:

“This feature documentary, filmed by director Marcus De Leon in 13 countries and coast-to-coast across the U.S. from 2009-2011, tells the story of five young men who gave up the normal things in life to live their dream… and become one of the greatest hardcore bands of all time. The film will be made available to festivals worldwide for Fall, 2012. Theatrical, broadcast and DVD distribution to follow.”

Meanwhile, a trailer for it can be be seen below:

Comments

  • schuler

    I like this band. I really, really do. But one of the greatest hardcore bands of all time? Guys… come on, now, guys…

    Glad to know they’re back at it though. Of all the bands that popped up around the time they dropped that first Ferret album, these dudes should’ve gotten a lot more recognition.

    • mshrooms

      To be fair, shouldn’t ever bands goal be to be the best band within their genre?

  • Fred Burst

    Forget Bad Brains, Agnostic Front, Minor Threat, Youth Of Today and all those other Legendary Hardcore bands that paved the way, Cuz apparently Misery Signals is the greatest hardcore bands of all time now. Jesus. That’s laughable…And I actually like Misery signals, But c’mon. Absurd.

    Get off your high horse, BROS.

    • allichs

      you forgot to mention our bros in Emmure.

      • Fred Burst

        I WANNA WATCH YOU SUCK HIS DICK!!!!!

  • bunchofnumbers

    Any update on this? I can’t find any info on it anywhere. Not to mention the trailer being banished from youtube.

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