As hardcore bands go, one of the most iconic and memorable entities would have to be Misery Signals. An act very familiar to Australian fans and the community of heavy metal loving concert goers who had seen the band at least once in their lives but what you may not have known was they are about to release a documentary called Yesterday Was Everything which was filmed back in 2014 and focuses on the band’s 10th Anniversary of their debut album Of Malice and the Magnum Heart by delving back into the past to offer fans an insight to quite a horrific time for the band which changed their lives forever.
Guitarist Stuart Ross explains:
“Yesterday Was Everything provides a glimpse into a very tumultuous period in our development as young men, friends and musicians. Without the ups and downs of those formative years it’s hard to say where we’d all be today. I believe this film offers fans of the band intimate information to questions that have otherwise gone unanswered. It allows insight into the story of Compromise; a tragedy that forever changed the trajectory of our lives.”
Raw, emotive and at times slightly intrusive, but all in aid for clearing the air and showing us all what was really going on between the guys all those years ago and how they’ve managed to work out their differences to get to where they are today.
Yesterday Was Everything was directed by Matthew Mixon and will be available to stream on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon from June 30th.