Thursday, July 28, 2011

New Midnight Syndicate CD on August 2nd!!!!!

Mark your calendars ghouls because on August 2nd Midnight Syndicate will be releasing another audio journey into the unknown!  This Gothic nightmare will be known as "Carnival Arcane".
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"Carnival Arcane" is the 14th release from the masters of Halloween music, the Midnight Syndicate.  To get a little taste of what this release is all about, here is a preview from the CD insert: "The train smoke drifting through the pale moon light signals the arrival of the Lancaster-Rigby Carnival.  In a forest clearing, these mesonoxian visitors await your arrival.  Stroll along the midway and behold wonders both fantastic and macabre from every corner of the globe.  And be sure to ride their one of a kind carousel for an experience you'll never, ever forget."
Sounds pretty f'n sweet doesn't it?  If that preview doesn't give you goosebumps then maybe this little audio clip from the cd will!  The track featured in the preview below is titled Freakshow.

Click here to be taken to the CD pre-order page, where for only $12.00 you can experience the "Carnival Arcane" in the discomfort of your own crypt. (The $12.00 includes shipping & handling!) Also if you head over to the Midnight Syndicate shop you can purchase the official "Carnival Arcane" t-shirt! Please do yourself a favor and pick this CD up, I kid you not I have used several Midnight Syndicate CD's at my home haunt for about the last 8 years and every year several people ask me what soundtrack I am using. These guys really know how to bring that extra atmosphere to Halloween or any other rainy, dark, thunderstorm filled night for that matter!
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3 comments :

iZombie said...

always great spook stuff from them... thank you for the update!

Brandon said...

Dude im so glad there are more fans of these guys, there work is phenominal. and this "freakshow" song is purely amazing i got chills listening to it. im defenitily excited to hear more

trickortreat said...

Sounds promising. Thanks for the heads up on the new release.