Every Last Stitch

by The Mizzerables

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Thomas Anderson Short album with most songs in the 2 to 2 1/2 minute range...but what a wallop the 11 tracks deliver. Think of a lighter Rancid infused with some of The Clash sensibilities. Punchy and deep bass lines parade along with some sharp guitar work. Throw in some gang vocal choruses and you have a fun 25 minute rock/punk ride. Check out the tracks Fourteen, Pick it Back up and Every Last Stitch to get the flavor of The Mizzerables. Favorite track: Fourteen.
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1.
i've been bruised and battered more than a few times but i can't say i didn't commit no crimes after so long filled with anger and hate ??? she came along, brought me back from hell well it wasn't easy, i put up a good fight nobody could tell me that i wasn't right i burned all the bridges, and torched the town buried myself and wrapped my heart in a shell there were times i thought, i'd never come back headed west wolverine, my bags were packed drinking my pay, and wasting my days like Ness said, I had some evil ways spending nights, amongst the tired and lonely there's a side of me for your eyes only somewhere across town, where the children play they say we're down for the count, it's the end of our days pick it back up now slow and steady she's been here all along standing ready? and death may come, and memories fade but life goes on so pick it back up now sometimes at night, i drive for hours amongst the fallen homes and shining towers the smell of petrol, and the stains of industry reminiscent signs of recent captivity and through it all, the blood sweat and tears and the ones who dare stand against brotherhood she'll always be here till the very last breath reminding us all of what once was good pick it back up now slow and steady she's been here all along standing ready and death may come, for one and all but life goes on so pick it back up now
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Short One 01:38
waiting watching look it's four o'clock haven't finished packing my last suitcase well now isn't this typical of me to run away when i just found something that's worth sticking round for twenty minutes and i'll be on that train going nowhere like a bat outa hell well now isn't this typical of me to run away when i just found something that's worth sticking round for hey hey hey i can't see two feet in front of me can't trust anyone when i finally found happiness well now isn't this typical of me to run away when i just found something that's worth sticking round for when i just found something that's worth sticking round for hey
3.
One More Day 02:04
got a bag full of tricks and some blood on my hands and i’ll never be able to wash it away some skeletons in my closet and a troubled youth and i can tell you now that it’s all here to stay all the cards are on the table and this ain’t no place for the faithful and it wasn’t such a bad april got some nasty habits and a bad attitude won’t you stick around for just one more day all the cards are on the table and this ain’t no place for the faithful and it wasn’t such a bad april got some nasty habits and a bad attitude won’t you stick around for just one more day won’t you stick around for just one more day won’t you stick around for just one more day
4.
Fourteen 02:25
fourteen was so much easier no responsibilities to worry about just go outside and smoke another cigarette with no care at all woke up for work at the crack of dawn couldn’t sleep a wink at all last night the boss is calling the kettles boiling looks like i fucked it up again the phone didn’t ring for me at all today turn on the tv watch my brain rot away sick of dreaming sick of drinking i need something to ease my mind growing up choosing standing down from a lack of faith in a childhood dream
5.
Beauty Queen 02:19
hey there beauty queen it's been so long where did all the years go and what went wrong did he say it wouldn't ever happen again after all this time you'd think we'd know better now gotta get it right gotta get it right hey there old friend sing me a sad song another pink slip and a shake so long entrapped and drowning in a debt fueled bane after all this time you'd think we'd know better now gotta get it right gotta get it right hey there beauty queen it's been so long where did all the years go and what went wrong we're all ensnared by someone else's domain after all this time you'd think we'd know better now gotta get it right gotta get it right gotta get it right gotta get it right gotta get it right gotta get it right gotta get it right (na na na na na na na) gotta get it right (na na na na na na na) gotta get it right (na na na na na na na na na)
6.
Bottoms Up 01:46
staring at the bottom of another glass wishing there was someone here to talk to but they got better things to do than hear about the shit that happened years ago she came walking back through that door makes me wonder why it had to be today but she's got better things to do than think about shit that happened years ago i'd like to tear the thoughts from my head light a fuse and blow 'em all to hell cause this time i might not make it back it's bottoms up to the last rebel without a cause
7.
there's some blood running down my thigh with no escape no end in sight all i'm seeing is black and blue my legs they are numb and i'm short of breath someone's coming round next round is due some call this heaven some call it hell i call it everything i need my head is pounding the sound is stinging and all i’m seeing is black and blue some call this heaven some call it hell i call it everything i need some call this heaven some call it hell i call it everything i need there's some blood running down my thigh there's no escape no end in sight all i'm seeing is black and blue all i'm seeing is black and blue all i'm seeing is black and blue
8.
I’ve been played for a fool before Too many times all by my own self Wasting days along the river shore “You’ve got it all figured out, whiskey for your health” Take me, undo me, down to every last stitch Break me, dissect me, slowly brick by brick I’ve been running out, all these years now I’m tired of walking alone Spending nights along the avenue Thinking I’m the one who’s throwing caution to the wind Alibi’s you know I’ve got a few Easier in blackouts, I blame it on the bathtub gin free me, undo me, down to every last stitch Break me, dissect me, slowly brick by brick I’ve been running out, all these years now I’m tired of walking alone fill these lungs and raise these bones don’t count me down or out i’m tired of walking alone free me, undo me, down to every last stitch Break me, dissect me, slowly brick by brick I’ve been running out, all these years now I’m tired of walking alone
9.
she's a little unstable to say the least a rabid beast cut loose from the leash but she'll love your tied up in chains left for dead in rain you played a game outside your domain another victim of the fatal valentine nowhere to run. you came here all alone. the stench of your own dung. you know you’re on your own. the howls and screams and pains from her bite tear through the night like angels in flight cut right through you tied up in chains left for dead in rain you played a game outside your domain another victim of the fatal valentine tied up in chains left for dead in rain she's like a drug injected straight in your vein another victim of the fatal valentine
10.
Rise With Me 03:20
calling all the disenchanted i'm here to tell you i'm not ok calling all forgotten children stand up declare yourselves and say rise with me rise with me rise with me i am a battering ram here to take away your sympathy for narrow-minded masterminds and charge up a mutiny rise with me rise with me rise with me
11.
if you shined a light on me you could see all the shadows that hide behind as the days fade to night they incite after all that's their frame of mind let me invite take you out to sea where i'm free far from shore and sanctuary shake and wake your base instincts so distinct don't mistake the vows i break the scarlet letters that i forsake for anymore than my own war fought within as i awake come along with me and soon we’ll be off swimming with the fish in lake erie

about

Every Last Stitch, the debut album from The Mizzerables', is an 11 song artillery shot, whistling by your ear and blowing you off of your feet. Part therapy session, part declaration of independence, The Mizzerables tell you all what it's like to love, long and learn life's lessons the hard way.

From the single, "Bottoms Up" to more aggressive tracks like "Everything I Need," "Rise With Me," and "Every Last Stitch" through the infectious hooks on tracks "Fourteen," "Beauty Queen," "Fatal Valentine" and "Scarlett Letters," Every Last Stitch gives you everything punk and rock fans could ever want.

The single, "Bottoms Up," will be released July 9th on iTunes, Amazon, and at the band's bandcamp page, and the accompanying video will be out on BlankTV (dategoeshere). The full album will be available on iTunes, Amazon, and at the band's bandcamp page on July 23rd. CD & Vinyl release dates will be forthcoming.

The Mizzerables will be premiering the video at the Whoapacolypse show July 13 at the Token Lounge in Westland, MI. The digital album release show will be on Thursday, July 25th at Liars Club in Chicago, IL.

The bulk of the album was engineered and mixed by Adam Instefjord, who has also worked with Lights Alive... (etc waiting for list) at the band's Chicago studio. The final track, "Scarlet Letters," was engineered and mixed by Jeff Dean at Million Yen Studios. Jeff has worked on albums from The Bomb, Dead Ending, Samiam, and more. The album was mastered by Doug McBride at Gravity Studios, where he has worked with acts such as Veruca Salt and Smashing Pumpkins.

Music like this, by artists like these, is the glue of the world. It's what holds it all together. Without this, life would be meaningless. These are the kinds of tunes that will make you want to run up on the roof and sing them at the top of your lungs for everyone to hear. So check them out, you won't be sorry.

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released July 23, 2013

Produced & Arranged by Joe Mizzi & Adam Instefjord
Engineered and Mixed by Adam Instefjord, except Scarlet Letters - Engineered and Mixed by Jeff Dean
Recorded at The Space - Chicago, IL, except Scarlet Letters - Recorded at Million Yen Studios - Chicago, IL
Mastered at Gravity Studios - Chicago, IL by Doug McBride

Thank you to all of our friends and family for supporting us over the years and making it possible for us to continue doing what we love. Special thanks to Devon Carson, Kathleen Kustra, Jeff Dean, Fuctiphino, Nightcap, Natasha Beste, Kevin Eckhart, Laura Eckhart, Smalls, Matt Van, Courtney Spivak, Mike Prezzato, Chris Cervenaks, Sadie Hipindetroit, Lisa Barrett, Alyssa Medér, Doug McBride, Miguel Echemendia, Music Garage, Liars Club, Cobra Lounge.

℗ 2013 The Mizzerables

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The Mizzerables Chicago, Illinois

The Mizzerables are punk rock trio with gritty vocal driven hooks. Joe Mizzi (Common Rider, The Bollweevils, Ten Ninety), Dave Vazzano and Korey Brisendine delivered “Whatever… This Sucks,” a 30 minute trip through Mizzi’s psyche, just before the pandemic lock downs. Revitalized, The Mizzerables will be returning to the stage in the fall of 2022. ... more

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