Unswerving commitment to misanthropy and extreme music brought together Purgatory, Vale and Slavetrader in 2000. Suddenly Misanthropic Might was born. Misanthropic Might have gathered again and recorded their eagerly-awaited third studio album Feindt and it’s dripping with vicious dark atmosphere, filthy and demonic vocals and pounding and melodic riffs. It’s raw. It’s brutal. It’s everything fans of this genre could ask for.
Their years of musical experience in various bands (Seeds Of Sorrow, S nx) and their individual creativity created their first demo Fegefeuer (2001), which sold out fast. Since then Misanthropic Might became a constant presence in the Austrian metal scene and made a name for themselves even beyond the border. They band have played various headline and support shows (Dark Funeral, Setherial, Nargaroth, Impaled Nazarene among others) over the years. In 2016, they also conquered Ukrainian territory (Kiev Sonic Massacre, Black Sea Festival) on their mini tour with Severance (US) and Parental Advisory (AUT) through the Alps and Eastern Europe (Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic)