New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the exclusive music video premiere for “Whatever… This Sucks” by The Mizzerables. Bursts of catchy hooks ring through the energetic chord progressions. A steady beat keeps the song moving with grace, poise, and vigor. This tune is the title track to their self-released upcoming record, out on August 23rd.
“Thanks to Jeff from Rebel Spies we were connected with Derek Grant from Alkaline Trio / Suicide Machines about doing a lyric video for the album. Derek, in collaboration with Ech, our longtime art guru, created this really cool video for us that is a ton of fun and way more than a lyric video.” – The Mizzerables
Formed in 2013 by Joe Mizzi, The Mizzerables are a Chicago-based punk rock trio with gritty, vocal-driven hooks. With Dave Vazzano and Korey Brisendine holding down the rhythm section, the band has been refining their sound over the past few years, culminating in their latest effort “Whatever… This Sucks,” a 30 minute trip through Mizzi’s psyche. Mizzi, a Michigan native and former member of Ten Ninety, Common Rider, and About the Mess, pulls influence from much of the music he cut his teeth listening to layered on top of the seemingly always forward-moving foundation set by Vazzano and Brisendine.
Album Info / Credits:
The album will be released on August 23rd, 2019
Recorded with 88 Fingers Louie guitarist Dan Precision at his Bomb Shelter studio
Music by Joe Mizzi / Korey Brisendine / Dave Vazzano
Lyrics by Joe Mizzi except Suburbia by Joe Mizzi & Kevin Sierzega
Directed by Derek from Alkaline Trio and the Suicide Machines
Artwork by Miguel Echemendia
Friends who appear on this record: Kevin Sierzega (Teen Idols / Bullets to Broadway), Euri Morris, Jen Usellis, River Roberts, and Jon Jakubik
August 6 @ The Native, Chicago, IL Acoustic Show, Listening Party [RSVP]
August 22 @ Reggie’s Music Joint, Chicago, IL w/ Nightcap, Butchered, Benny and the No Goods
August 28 @ Epic Deli, McHenry, IL
September 12 @ Liar’s Club, Chicago, IL w/ Season to Risk, Voice of Addiction, Dissonance & Dissent, Beat the Smart Kids, BUMMER