History Music / MidnightSyndicate

6th Jun '16 3:47:06 PM Doug86
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* ''Monsters of Legend'' (2013) - A tribute to the classic [[UniversalHorror Universal]] and [[Film/HammerHorror Hammer]] horror movies.

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* ''Monsters of Legend'' (2013) - A tribute to the classic [[UniversalHorror [[Franchise/UniversalHorror Universal]] and [[Film/HammerHorror Hammer]] horror movies.
6th May '16 10:43:21 AM aye_amber
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After releasing an [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness eclectic]] eponymous [=CD=] in 1997, Douglas teamed up with gothic artist [[Music/NoxArcana Joseph Vargo]] and Gavin Goszka to create an exclusively dark-themed Midnight Syndicate CD called ''Born of the Night''. With music written by Douglas and Goszka based on Vargo's artwork and featuring narrations performed by Vargo, ''Born of the Night'' was a mammoth success, putting the band firmly on the gothic music map. In 2000, the band followed it up with ''Realm Of Shadows'', which followed the same formula of music written by Douglas and Goszka following Vargo's art, and narrations done by the latter. Unfortunately, Vargo split from the group shortly after ''Realm of Shadows'' (CreativeDifferences was the most common theory). Four years later, Vargo would [[StartMyOwn go on to form]] NoxArcana.

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After releasing an [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness eclectic]] eponymous [=CD=] in 1997, Douglas teamed up with gothic artist [[Music/NoxArcana Joseph Vargo]] and Gavin Goszka to create an exclusively dark-themed Midnight Syndicate CD called ''Born of the Night''. With music written by Douglas and Goszka based on Vargo's artwork and featuring narrations performed by Vargo, ''Born of the Night'' was a mammoth success, putting the band firmly on the gothic music map. In 2000, the band followed it up with ''Realm Of Shadows'', which followed the same formula of music written by Douglas and Goszka following Vargo's art, and narrations done by the latter. Unfortunately, Vargo split from the group shortly after ''Realm of Shadows'' (CreativeDifferences was the most common theory). Four years later, Vargo would [[StartMyOwn go on to form]] NoxArcana.
Music/NoxArcana.
20th Apr '16 1:18:49 AM aye_amber
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After releasing an [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness eclectic]] eponymous [=CD=] in 1997, Douglas teamed up with gothic artist [[NoxArcana Joseph Vargo]] and Gavin Goszka to create an exclusively dark-themed Midnight Syndicate CD called ''Born of the Night''. With music written by Douglas and Goszka based on Vargo's artwork and featuring narrations performed by Vargo, ''Born of the Night'' was a mammoth success, putting the band firmly on the gothic music map. In 2000, the band followed it up with ''Realm Of Shadows'', which followed the same formula of music written by Douglas and Goszka following Vargo's art, and narrations done by the latter. Unfortunately, Vargo split from the group shortly after ''Realm of Shadows'' (CreativeDifferences was the most common theory). Four years later, Vargo would [[StartMyOwn go on to form]] NoxArcana.

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After releasing an [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness eclectic]] eponymous [=CD=] in 1997, Douglas teamed up with gothic artist [[NoxArcana [[Music/NoxArcana Joseph Vargo]] and Gavin Goszka to create an exclusively dark-themed Midnight Syndicate CD called ''Born of the Night''. With music written by Douglas and Goszka based on Vargo's artwork and featuring narrations performed by Vargo, ''Born of the Night'' was a mammoth success, putting the band firmly on the gothic music map. In 2000, the band followed it up with ''Realm Of Shadows'', which followed the same formula of music written by Douglas and Goszka following Vargo's art, and narrations done by the latter. Unfortunately, Vargo split from the group shortly after ''Realm of Shadows'' (CreativeDifferences was the most common theory). Four years later, Vargo would [[StartMyOwn go on to form]] NoxArcana.
24th Jan '16 12:47:20 PM aye_amber
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* {{Prequel}} - ''Gates Of Delirium'' is a prequel to ''The 13th Hour'' - the house in ''13th'' is the long-abandoned Haverghast asylum, with our adventurer discovering the dark secrets of his family's past.

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* {{Prequel}} - {{Prequel}}: ''Gates Of Delirium'' is a prequel to ''The 13th Hour'' - the house in ''13th'' is the long-abandoned Haverghast asylum, with our adventurer discovering the dark secrets of his family's past.
10th Dec '15 6:57:24 AM RyRodrigo
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* ''Christmas: A Ghostly Gathering'' (2015) - A christmas album, but with a Midnight Syndicate flavour.
12th Jun '15 1:19:21 AM Morgenthaler
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In 2001, Goszka and Douglas introduced the Haverghast family (a recurring theme throughout some of their later discs) with their haunted asylum-themed CD ''Gates of Delirium''. Over the next nine years, they explored themes such as haunted Victorian mansions, vampires, and Egyptian lore on their albums. Their long discography also includes the official soundtrack to the ''Dungeons & Dragons'' roleplaying game, the soundtrack to the 2008 film ''The Rage'', and the soundtrack to a film that they produced entitled ''TheDeadMatter''.

''TheDeadMatter'', a horror movie about a woman's efforts to bring back her dead brother (which leads to a whole 'nuther mess involving [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies]], [[ArtifactOfDoom ancient artifacts]], and warring [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire lords]]) premiered in 2010. Despite going straight to DVD, it's earned very positive feedback from reviewers. A Midnight Syndicate CD entitled ''The Dead Matter: Cemetery Gates'' featuring music inspired by themes in the movie (and several songs from the score) was released before the actual film.

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In 2001, Goszka and Douglas introduced the Haverghast family (a recurring theme throughout some of their later discs) with their haunted asylum-themed CD ''Gates of Delirium''. Over the next nine years, they explored themes such as haunted Victorian mansions, vampires, and Egyptian lore on their albums. Their long discography also includes the official soundtrack to the ''Dungeons & Dragons'' roleplaying game, the soundtrack to the 2008 film ''The Rage'', and the soundtrack to a film that they produced entitled ''TheDeadMatter''.

''TheDeadMatter'',
''Film/TheDeadMatter''.

''Film/TheDeadMatter'',
a horror movie about a woman's efforts to bring back her dead brother (which leads to a whole 'nuther mess involving [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies]], [[ArtifactOfDoom ancient artifacts]], and warring [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire lords]]) premiered in 2010. Despite going straight to DVD, it's earned very positive feedback from reviewers. A Midnight Syndicate CD entitled ''The Dead Matter: Cemetery Gates'' featuring music inspired by themes in the movie (and several songs from the score) was released before the actual film.



(TheDeadMatter has its own page.)

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(TheDeadMatter (Film/TheDeadMatter has its own page.)
16th May '15 10:12:35 PM nombretomado
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* ''Monsters of Legend'' (2013) - A tribute to the classic [[UniversalHorror Universal]] and [[HammerHorror Hammer]] horror movies.

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* ''Monsters of Legend'' (2013) - A tribute to the classic [[UniversalHorror Universal]] and [[HammerHorror [[Film/HammerHorror Hammer]] horror movies.
9th Apr '14 8:07:59 PM PrinceConor
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* SignatureSong" - ''Born of the Night'', ''Haunted Nursery'', ''Fallen Grandeur'', ''Grisly Reminder''
9th Apr '14 8:06:12 PM PrinceConor
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* OneOfUs: Come on - these are the guys that made a soundtrack to DungeonsAndDragons!
21st Jul '13 6:44:38 PM sslemmons
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* ''Monsters of Legend'' (2013) - A tribute to the classic Universal and Hammer horror movies.

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* ''Monsters of Legend'' (2013) - A tribute to the classic Universal [[UniversalHorror Universal]] and Hammer [[HammerHorror Hammer]] horror movies.
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