The Amity Affliction Announce New Album MISERY Out August 24

Roadrunner Records band The Amity Affliction have unveiled details of their widely anticipated new album, Misery which arrives worldwide Friday, August 24th. Misery is available for pre-order now, with an instant grat download of the album’s first single, Ivy (Doomsday), which is streaming now accompanied by a cinematic official music video at Written and co-directed by the band’s own Joel Birch, the official video for Ivy (Doomsday)marks the first chapter of a three-part short film chronicling a dark tale of three friends and their quest for vengeance. Additional chapters will be unveiled in the weeks to come – for regular updates, please visit

The Amity Affliction will celebrate Misery with an epic tour schedule, beginning this week with a North American run as part of the milestone final Vans Warped Tour 2018. Those dates begin tomorrow, June 21st at Pomona, CA’s Fairplex and continue through early August. From there, The Amity Affliction will head to Europe for a headline tour slated for stops in Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Norway, and Belgium.

Recorded earlier this year in Baltimore, MD with producer Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, Ariana Grande, Underoath), Misery is the long-awaited follow-up to The Amity Affliction’s acclaimed fifth studio album, This Could Be Heartbreak which debuted at #1 on the ARIA chart and is certified gold. That album also entered among the top 30 on the U.S. SoundScan/Billboard 200 and was The Amity Affliction’s third consecutive time topping the ARIA Album Chart: Let The Ocean Take Me (2014) and Chasing Ghosts (2012) also debuting in the top spot with Platinum and Gold certifications respectively. More recently, the band released Seems Like Forever, the #1 ARIA gold certified documentary chronicling The Amity Affliction’s history up through their epic Let The Ocean Take Me World Tour, which saw the band performing in front of sold-out crowds around the globe, including shows at New York City’s Irving Plaza and London’s KOKO. Furthermore, the single, Shine On came in at #25 on Triple J’s “Hottest 100” of 2016.

This Could Be Heartbreak – which includes the singles/videos, This Could Be Heartbreak, I Bring The Weather With Me, All F*cked Up, and Fight My Regret – earned global acclaim and press attention, including a cover feature in Rolling Stone Australia. Kerrang! awarded the album four Ks, hailing it as the band’s “personal-best” while noting, “This is heartbreak, and The Amity Affliction has rendered it more magnificently than ever.” “(The Amity Affliction’s) ear for an unstoppable melody demands respect,” declared Metal Hammer, while Blunt noted, “(This Could Be Heartbreak) strikes from a darker angle…its melancholy burns fervent.” “Synth-soaked tracks and lyrical masterpieces dominate the album,” raved Vulture Magazine, “showing the Amity boys have an ability to provide a definitive yet ever-evolving sound, tying in new fans while still catering to the old.” “(This Could Be Heartbreak) glistens with vivid memories and brutal honesty that is unapologetic,” wrote Outburn, while Alternative Press summed it best: “The Amity Affliction are at their strongest.”

The Amity Affliction is Joel Birch (vocals), Ahren Stringer (bass, vocals), and Dan Brown (guitar).





1. Ivy (Doomsday)

2. Feels Like I’m Dying

3. Holier Than Heaven

4. Misery

5. Kick Rocks

6. Black Cloud

7. D.I.E.

8. Drag The Lake

9. Beltsville Blues

10. Burn Alive

11. Nothing Left

12. The Gifthorse





21 Pomona, CA Fairplex

22 San Diego, CA SDCCU Stadium

23 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre

24 Ventura, CA Ventura County Fairgrounds

28 Phoenix, AZ Ak-Chin Pavilion

29 Las Vegas, NV Downtown Las Vegas Events Center

30 W. Valley City, UT USANA Amphitheatre


1 Denver, CO Pepsi Center

3 Maryland Heights, MO Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

5 Bonner Springs, KS Providence Medical Center Amphitheater

6 Dallas, TX Starplex Pavilion

7 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center

8 Houston, TX Main Street (Yellow) Lot, NRG Park

10 Nashville, TN Tennessee State Fairgrounds

12 Virginia Beach, VA Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

13 Camden, NJ BB&T Pavilion

14 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center

15 Hartford, CT Xfinity Theatre

16 Burgettstown, PA Keybank Pavilion

17 Toronto, ON The Flats at Budweiser Stage

18 Cuyahoga Falls, OH Blossom Music Center

19 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center

20 Rochester Hills, MI Meadow Brook Amphitheatre

21 Tinley Park, IL Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

22 Shakopee, MN Canterbury Park

23 Milwaukee, WI Henry W. Maier Festival Park

23 Milwaukee, WI American Family Insurance Amphitheater

24 Noblesville, IN Ruoff Mortgage Music Center

25 Darien Center, NY Darien Lake Amphitheater

26 Scranton, PA Pavilion at Montage Mountain

27 Mansfield, MA Xfinity Center

28 Wantagh, NY Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

29 Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion

30 Charlotte, NC PNC Music Pavilion

31 Atlanta, GA Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood


2 Jacksonville, FL Met Park

3 Orlando, FL Tinker Field

4 Tampa, FL Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre

5 West Palm Beach, FL Coral Sky Amphitheatre


28 Munich, Germany Tonhalle München (im Werksviertel Mitte)

29 Oberhausen, Germany Turbinenhalle


2 Birmingham, UK O2 Academy 2 Birmingham

3 Leeds, UK The Church

4 London, UK Electric Ballroom

5 Glasgow, UK Queen Margaret Union (QMU)

7 Manchester, UK Manchester Academy 2

8 Bristol, UK SWX

9 Paris, France Le Trabendo

13 Villeurbanne, France Centre Culturel Oecumenique (CCO)

14 Zürich, Switzerland X-TRA

16 Vienna, Austria Vienna Arena (Arena Wien)

19 Leipzig, Germany Täubchenthal

21 Berlin, Germany Astra Kulturhaus

22 Copenhagen, Denmark Pumpehuset – Stor Sal

23 Oslo, Norway John Dee Live Club & Pub

25 Hamburg, Germany Markthalle

26 Hannover, Germany 60er Jahre Halle, Faust

27 Wiesbaden, Germany Kulturzentrum Schlachthof

28 Antwerp, Belgium Zappa