Misery

Album: Grey Britain (2009)
  • Vocalist Frank Carter (From Kerrang! magazine April 18, 2009): "Simply put, I was at my lowest ebb probably that I have ever been in my life. I didn't wanna be around much anymore, and I wrote that song and it made me feel better." He added: "There is a lot to be said for taking some time out and going to a dark place."

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