Preorder Yesterday Was Everything and win a signed poster

'Yesterday Was Everything' can now be pre-ordered on iTunes.  As if that wasn't awesome enough, we're also giving you the chance to win a free movie poster signed by members of the band.  There will be 50 winners.

Preorder here:

How to enter:  Preorder the documentary on iTunes.  Share on social media that you ordered the thing (your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter post should include an image or a link and maybe some really sweet hashtags).  Email miserysignalsofficial@gmail.com with a screenshot of your social media post AND a screenshot of your purchase receipt.*  Also please include your shipping address.  Continental US only, since we regrettably can't afford to ship these all over.

We will accept entries between now and June 15th.  Posters will ship in July.

*To keep this giveaway on the up-and-up: winners will be chosen at random, posters sent to the continental US only. There is technically no purchase necessary. If you wish to enter to win a poster without preordering the movie, please mail a self addressed stamped envelope, along with a note describing your favorite thing about the band, to: Misery Signals Mega-Corporation Headquarters, 11610 W. Powderhorn Ct, Boise, ID 83713

YESTERDAY WAS EVERYTHING OUT JUNE 30th

On June 30th, the Misery Signals documentary YESTERDAY WAS EVERYTHING will be available on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon.  Watch the trailer:

 

Filmed primarily during the tour celebrating the 10th anniversary of our debut album, this feature length documentary, directed by our friend Matthew Mixon, follows the band as we reunite with our original vocalist Jesse for the first time since our split a decade prior. The film explores the fatal tragedy that brought the band together and follows our journey across North America as we face old ghosts and attempt to reconcile the past.

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"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." - Stuart Ross (Guitar)

"Matthew Mixon does a fantastic job of portraying the intensity that lies within the story. The good alongside the bad, the uncomfortable moments, the love shared between the five of us that extends to all the friends and fans we have made over the last decade, and the ability to come out of it still being able to call each other friends. I can't wait for the world to experience it." -Kyle Johnson (Bass)

"Mixon's film plays like a love letter to the independent music experience. You get a seat right there in the tour van as we grapple with the challenges of the road and attempt to create authentic music together. For those outside of the band's audience YWE allows an inside look at a scene they might be unaware of. It strikes me that my bandmates and the others in the film bear little resemblance to the 'metalhead' archetype. And you do get an intimate look at us, as scary as that is, you get 3 dimensions that include our failings and flaws. But that's what I think sets the film apart from other music documentaries I've seen. There's a vulnerability that anyone can relate to, and I think everyone walks away with a better understanding. Especially us." - Ryan Morgan (guitar)

Misery Signals documentary to premiere at Portland Film Fest

We are pleased to announce that the premiere of the Misery Signals documentary "Yesterday Was Everything" will be next week at the Portland Film Festival. Filmed during the Malice X tour, the documentary follows the reunited original members of the band from Vancouver to Toronto as they struggle to reconcile a contentious breakup a decade prior.

The screening is August 31st, 8:15pm, at the Laurelhurst Theater in Portland Oregon. Tickets and info can be found at http://portlandfilmfestival.com/

A wide release of the film is planned for late fall 2016. 

Here are the pre-sale links for our upcoming summer shows.

7/21 - Eugene, OR @ The Boreal http://theboreal.com/event-tickets/

7/22 - Portland, OR @ Analog Cafe https://holdmyticket.com/tickets/247296

7/23 Boise, ID @ TheOlympic http://miserysignalsboise.brownpapertickets.com/

7/29 - Tacoma, WA @ Real Art http://www.etix.com/…/wpc-presentsmisery-signals-tacoma-rea…

7/30 - Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore Cabaret http://www.ticketweb.ca/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail…

8/3 - Kelowna, BC @ Flashbacks http://www.ticketzone.com/MiserySignals

8/4 - Calgary, AB @ Dicken’s Pub https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1200747?utm_medium=bks

8/5 - Edmonton, AB @ The Starlite Room http://ticketf.ly/1YwHLPw

Misery Signals documentary film announcement

A documentary film about Misery Signals is nearing completion, and we're excited for you all to see it soon.  Here's more straight from our best friend and the director of the doc, Matt:

Hey all.

My name is Matt Mixon.  I’m currently producing a feature length documentary film about Misery Signals that I’m proud to announce will be out later this year.  It’s called “Yesterday Was Everything”.  The film chronicles the bands 2014 "Malice X" reunion tour, explores the tragedy that resulted in the formation of the band, and their struggle to balance friendship with creative process.

It’s no "Mad Max: Fury Road" or anything, but I think you’re going to enjoy it.  It’s heavy, it’s real, and it’s a love letter to the scene many of us grew up in, and the experiences that shaped so many of us into who we are today.  And it’s got mosh parts too.

Anyway, I need a lot of help.  Much of the film takes place in the early 2000’s, surrounding Edmonton, Milwaukee, early Misery Signals, Compromise, and 7 Angels 7 Plagues.  I need photos and videos to help illustrate a time and a place.  Shows, tour stuff, hangs, venues, ANYTHING you think might be relevant.  If you’ve got a VHS tape you think part of a Compromise set might be on, or a box of terrible blurry photos taken with a disposable camera at a 7a show, hit me up, please!  I will pay for postage and see that it all gets back to you.

I know these things are a pain in the ass to look for, but hopefully if you were there for any of it, you know the story, you know the importance it being told, and you’ll brave the basement and the dust for me.  Thanks in advance for even looking.  And please if you know somebody else who might have something, tag them in this post, repost it, send them a note, blow this thing up.  I’ll thank you in my oscars speech.

Hope to hear from you: matthewmixon@gmail.com

Peep this teaser in the meantime: