The new maxi-single from Scottish doom metal Group MisophoniA is entitled Sorrows Of Yesterday and it’s essentially a metaphoric musical coin. Sorrows Of Yesterday Pt. I is a despairing piano driven dirge, laden with dark orchestral undertones which serves as the prelude to the guitar driven bombast that is Sorrows Of Yesterday Pt. II. As a whole this is an emotional piece written from both the depths of depression and the highs of breaking free from its shackles.
Sorrows Of Yesterday Pt. II is the catharsis and release you feel when you have overcome your demons. This is a complete reversal in pace and tone from what came before. Part II is a high energy guitar driven piece that punches you in the face from the off and is very much a middle finger to all the negatives in life.
As a whole Sorrows Of Yesterday is here to remind us how powerful music can be and how it can build bridges and mend the soul when life beats you down.
01. Sorrows Of Yesterday Pt. I (feat Enzo Satera) | 02. Sorrows Of Yesterday Pt. II | 03. Sorrows Of Yesterday (analogue mix) [bonus track]
JAy – Vocals/Keys/Synths/Programming | Cristina – Bass | Neil – Lead/Rhythm Guitars | John – Lead/Rhythm Guitars | Kendo – Drums