Posted in metal | music | tour dates on May 22, 2014

by Wyatt Marshall

Midnight

Cleveland's filthy punk and rock-fueled metal band Midnight is releasing a new album titled No Mercy for Mayhem on August 19, and the band is currently streaming the album's first single, "The Final Rape of Night." Give that a listen below--the thing drips venom.

No Mercy for Mayhem is being released on Hells Headbangers, and Midnight contributed "The Final Rape of Night" to the just-released seventh free Hells Headbangers sampler. The comp is loaded, with contributions from High Spirits, Zemial, Witch Cross, Inquisition and many more, and will be handed out at Maryland Deathfest, which kicks off today (5/22) without Triptykon--here's an updated Thursday schedule.

Midnight just played Scion Rock Fest along with the likes of Machine Head, Windhand and Bl'ast--our brethren at Invisible Oranges were there to catch the action. Midnight currently have two more dates scheduled, one of which is at New York Deathfest at Saint Vitus. That's a massive two day (July 26-27) affair, and Midnight will play with Mortician, Devourment and many more on day one, while day two will be headlined by Defeated Sanity. Head below for the full lineup. Tickets, including individual day tickets and a 2-day pass option, are on sale.

Not in NYC? Austinites can catch Midnight with Absu, Morgengrau and Hod on August 30.

Steam "The Final Rape of Night" and the rest of the HHR comp, and check out the rest of the NY Deathfest lineup below...

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NY Deathfest lineup

Saturday:

Mortician
Devourment
Midnight
Lust Of Decay
Diminished
Plague Widow
Rottenness
Sexcrement
Invidiosus
Doesnt Matter
Bottomless Pit
Tomorrows Victim

Sunday:

Defeated Sanity
Gruesome Stuff Relish
Internal Bleeding
Embalmer
Dehumanized
Amputated Genitals
Parasitic Extirpation
Coffin Dust
Abacinate
Cognitive
Backyotomy

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Comments (8)

Is that Heather Fortune?

Posted by Anonymous | May 22, 2014 2:39 PM

^ Snap!

Posted by Anonymous | May 22, 2014 2:41 PM

can we please put NSFW album covers under a cut?

Posted by Anonymous | May 22, 2014 3:22 PM

^ I think you mean NWOBHM, right? It stands for New Wave Of British Heavy Metal.

Posted by Anonymous | May 22, 2014 3:23 PM

@ 3:22 PM

Do you have ample free time to be surfing the web? I suppose you do. Please come by my office when you get this and we'll see if we can't elevate that problem for you.

Posted by Your Boss | May 22, 2014 3:33 PM

These metal bands just try too hard.

Posted by Anonymous | May 22, 2014 3:40 PM

But they aren't even metal. Pop metal? Sure.

Posted by chris aiken | May 22, 2014 6:51 PM

Of course they're metal. Or are you one of those people who think anything that has a lot of punk in it isn't metal?

Posted by Josh | May 22, 2014 7:38 PM

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