Thursday, November 26, 2015

We'd like to wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving! If you're looking to unwind with some haunting holiday music this weekend, we've created a playlist of preview tracks from Christmas A Ghostly Gathering on the Midnight Syndicate YouTube Channel.

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween! Remember... THIS year our favorite season doesn't have to end on November 1st! Pick up our ‪haunting‬ new Yuletide-inspired Christmas A Ghostly Gathering album and keep the ghoul times rolling! Just be sure to leave the fire in your hearth burning for any unexpected guests... We're posting more preview tracks from our dark Christmas music‬ album this week - including some of our favorites! In the meantime, have a happy and safe ‎Halloween‬ weekend!! To listen to preview tracks now visit our YouTube Channel.  To be the first to receive notice when new preview tracks are uploaded, subscribe to the Midnight Syndicate YouTube Channel.

Monday, October 26, 2015

Midnight Syndicate on SiriusXM's Scream Radio

We're very happy to once again be featured on SiriusXM's Scream Radio Halloween Music Channel.  If you have SiriusXM, you can listen in on Channel 18 from now through October 31st.  It's a wonderful mix of everything from Midnight Syndicate, Danny Elfman, and other horror music composer movie soundtrack composers to songs from AC/DC, Monster Mash-era Halloween classics, and short ghost stories.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Midnight Syndicate included in Rue Morgue's "50 Essential Horror Albums" list

Midnight Syndicate's Out of the Darkness album was included in Rue Morgue's list of 50 Essential Horror Albums - Discs That Created, Evolved, or Defined Genre Music Over the Decades. "To be included in the same category as Black Sabbath, King Diamond, Alice Cooper, Blue Oyster Cult, John Carpenter and so many other horror music artists that inspired us is very special," said Edward Douglas. 

Thursday, October 01, 2015

"Christmas: A Ghostly Gathering" available on iTunes and Amazon MP3. New preview track, "Night of the Krampus" released.

Midnight Syndicate's new haunted Yuletide-inspired dark instrumental album Christmas: A Ghostly Gathering is now available digitally on iTunes, CDBaby, and Amazon MP3.   A new preview track entitled, Night of the Krampus has been released on Midnight Syndicate's YouTube Channel.
Response to the new album has been amazing. If you'd like to hear what some fans and press are already calling a Midnight Syndicate masterwork, check out all four preview tracks including: Up On The Housetop, Coventry Carol, and Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy on the Midnight Syndicate YouTube Channel.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

New preview track, "Coventry Carol" posted

Check out Midnight Syndicate's haunting twist on the 16th century English Christmas classic Coventry CarolTaken from their new album Christmas: A Ghostly Gathering (available now on CD and digitally on October 1st), this track shows another side of this diverse haunted Yuletide-inspired musical journey.  For more videos and preview tracks, be sure to subscribe to the Midnight Syndicate YouTube Channel.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

New Midnight Syndicate album, "Christmas: A Ghostly Gathering" now available on CD. Preview track posted.

Midnight Syndicate's new album, Christmas: A Ghostly Gathering is now available on CD (Midnight Syndicate Store / Amazon).  Orders placed through the Midnight Syndicate Store will receive a set of three limited-edition Midnight Syndicate holiday postcards (while supplies last). The album will be available digitally on October 1st.  You can listen to the first preview track, Up On The Housetophere now with more coming soon.

The new album features the band’s unique twist on classic holiday carols blended with new and original material. “Our goal was to treat each song in a way that would merge familiarity with originality,” said Gavin Goszka. “There are definitely recognizable elements, but plenty of additional original material as well. It also incorporates the widest instrument palette we've used to date and represents what we consider to be the most varied collection of songs we've ever released. There are serenely beautiful moments here alongside more intense, darker tracks, and the end result is a thoroughly compelling and involving listening experience.” “With so many Christmas-themed albums out there, we wanted to make this collection uniquely our own,” added Edward Douglas. “I think we were able to do that.”