Misery Loves Co's third, and the follow-up to the 15th best album of the 90s.
It was also sadly their last album. No longer a duo with hired live musicians, singer Patrik Wirén and guitarist Örjan Örnkloo (best name ever) brought drummer Olle Dahlstedt (later of Entombed) and guitarist Michael Hahne into the fold for Your Vision Was Never Mine To Share. It also happens to be the only MLC album with live drums, or so I'm told.
In hindsight I can't really see why this album didn't make them at least a little bit bigger. Most of the brute force andof 1994's selftitled debut was left behind, and the dark melancholia and marvellous sense for melody and dynamics of 1997's Not Like Them were brought up to the front.
Misery Loves Co was one of far too many bands that threw in the towel without ever getting the recognition and success they deserved. They were quite popular in places, were respected within metal circles and were often hyped in British metal press, but these guys deserved much more. They should've been the next Metallica or something.
(mp3) Misery Loves Co. - Your vision was never mine to share
(mp3) Misery Loves Co. - Damage driven (recommended)
(mp3) Misery Loves Co. - When everything dies
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