It was March 2011 when Muriel Saracino decided to create a new project from the ashes of Filthy Teens. The sound of the new band was darker than the past. The original line-up included: David Dalcò (bass), Simon Garth (ex-Death SS on guitars) and Ross Lukather (ex- Death SS on drums). “Signs” was the start of a new era for the band. Released in October 2011, it got a great success: very good reviews in the most important Italian metal media and abroad. Thanks to the great feedback, the band got the chance to play in February 2012 in Milan with the Gothic metal band Cadaveria. In summer 2012, Saracino started to write stuff for a new album. Later, the keyboardist Francis Fury joined the band together with a former Filthy Teens drummer: Federico Dalli. The second album was called “Take The Children Away From The Priest” and the lyrics talked about various themes linked to the Vatican church: corruption, pedophilia and its uncountable wealth. There were also more personal things because it was not only a concept album. The record was very well reviewed by the Italian media and also by some american reviewers. Saracino was also the director for two videoclips: "King Must Die" and "Don't Talk About The Church". During the second half of 2013, Saracino and the new band members Derrick and Shark started the writing process of the third album called "III:The Beast". The new record was released in June 2015 and received great feedback worldwide from the metal music journalists. The brand new video for the song "Seed Of Evil" has been released on September 26th, 2015. In January, 2016, Madness Of Sorrow joined Atomic Stuff Promotion. In November 2016 two new members joined the band: Hades (Jonathan Manfredi) on bass and Kronork (Alessio Garofalo) on drums.