The 7″ split between Midnight Odyssey and Spire has nearly sold out!
This release will not be pressed again.
As I know a lot of you will miss out, I have created a Bandcamp Page where you can get it as a digital download, which is linked HERE
The Crevices Below – Below the Crevices LP!!!
Finally available on 180g black vinyl, lim.300, incl. A2 poster and lyric sheet, proudly presented by Wolfsgrimm Records (Germany).
Available for Pre-Order very soon is the first ever demo/album from Midnight Odyssey “The Forest Mourners”, for the first time on vinyl!
Limited to 500 copies – 300 black, 100 purple, 100 Glow in the Dark Die Hard.
Available soon through Essential Purification Records
MIDNIGHT ODYSSEY – FIRMAMENT DLP – AMOR FATI PRODUCTIONS
The vinyl odyssey continues!
-will be available in black and marbled (black/blue) vinyl (180g)
-350g full colour gatefold cover with gloss lamination
-all assembly in a PVC overbag
The Midnight Odyssey/Spire 7″ – Magica/Scientia is out now through Seance Records.
These are limited to 250 copies.
Here I present to you a preview of the new album “Shards Of Silver Fade”. This is track 2, called “Hunter of the Celestial Sea”
A big thanks to Lightfox177 for this video!
The split 7″ between Midnight Odyssey and Spire is now available for pre-order at Seance Records.
I would like to officially announce the new Midnight Odyssey album is well on its way to being completed. Due out next year through I, Voidhanger Records, the double album will be called “Shards of Silver Fade”.
It will feature the following tracks
1. From a Frozen Wasteland
2. Hunter of the Celestial Sea
3. Son of Phoebus
4. A Ghost in Gleaming Stars
1. Asleep is the Fire
2. Starlight Oblivion
3. Darker Skies Once Radiant
8. Shards of Silver Fade
The album will total over 2 hours and 20 minutes in length. Musically it is a continuation of the “Converge, Rivers of Hell” release, a natural combination of all three projects into one.
I know releasing a double album this long will be to the dislike of many people who enjoy short tunes to enjoy on their iPods or whatnot, but the very reason for creating something this long is to try to convey the importance of getting lost in the music. I consider this more of a soundtrack, and each song an epic mini-release in its own right.
Over the coming months, previews of the album will be posted online.