Former MISERY LOVES CO. Vocalist Performs With MAN.MACHINE.INDUSTRY In Karlstad (Video)
Former MISERY LOVES CO. lead vocalist Patrik Wirén joined MAN.MACHINE.INDUSTRY on stage when the band supported SONIC SYNDICATE in Karlstad, Sweden on October 16. Wirén and MAN.MACHINE.INDUSTRY performed the song "Almost Gone" which Patrik co-wrote and recorded with the group for MAN.MACHINE.INDUSTRY's latest album, "White Trash Devil In A Jesus Christ Pose", released in April 2010 via GMR Music.
Video footage of Wirén's appearance with MAN.MACHINE.INDUSTRY can be viewed below.
MISERY LOVES CO. split up in 2000 following the release of its third album, "Your Vision Was Never Mine To Share". Wirén subsequently spent time fronting the alternative rock group ALPHA SAFARI, which released its debut album, "Commercial Suicide", on Threeman Recordings in 2004. Meanwhile, former MISERY LOVES CO. guitarist Örjan Örnkloo did sound-engineering work at producer Daniel Bergstrand's (IN FLAMES, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, MESHUGGAH) studio Dug-Out in Uppsala.
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