The Midnight Ghost Train
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The Midnight Ghost Train just signed with Napalm Records to release "Cold Was The Ground" in February, 2015. The band comments:
"We're very proud to become part of the Napalm family. We're certain that with the help of napalm, our new album Cold Was The Groundwill show the world what heavy rock REALLY is, and what The Midnight Ghost Train is all about. Watch out, cause were coming for ya."
The next stop of The Midnight Ghost Train will be a major U.S. tour this Fall. Currently announced dates are as follows:
9/4: Topeka, KS @ Secret Show
9/5: Warrensburg, MO @ The Bay
9/6: Indianapolis, IN @ 5th Quarter
9/7: Dayton, OH @ Blind Bob's
9/8: Rochester, NY @ Bug Jar
9/11: Pittsburgh, PA @ 31st Pub
9/12: Brooklyn, NY @ Bar Matchless
9/13: Washington, DC @ Rosie & The Rockers
9/14: Charlotte, NC @ The Milestone
9/17: Pensacola, FL @ The Handlebar
9/18: Madison, AL @ The Station
9/19: Jackson, MS @ OL Tavern
9/20: Lafayette, LA @ The Wild Salmon
"Live at Roadburn 2013," the brand new live album from Topeka, Kansas outfit The Midnight Ghost Train, is now available as a free download via Burning World Records. Stream the album below, or download it over at Bandcamp here.
Recorded at Bat Cave at the 013 venue in Tilburg, Netherlands, as part of Roadburn's most recent festival, the 11 song set showcases The Midnight Ghost Train's intense, passionate and soulful live show and thick Mississippi Delta-rooted stoner rock.
The band is currently in the midst of a U.S. headlining tour in support of sophomore LP "Buffalo." Catch the band live:
September 1 Chattanooga, TN JJ's Bohemia
September 2 Asheville, NC Asheville Yacht Club
September 4 Lexington, KY Green Lantern
September 6 St. Louis, MO The Demo
September 7 Warrensburg, MO Bottomfeeder Bay More...
Topeka, Kansas based heavy rock band The Midnight Ghost Train will launch a U.S. headlining tour in support of its sophomore LP "Buffalo" on July 18 at the Downtown Music Hall in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Released in 2012 via Karate Body Records, "Buffalo" was recorded with producer / engineer David Barbe (Harvey Milk, Son Volt, Drive-By Truckers).
This new 34 city trek will run through September 7th, showcasing a trio that has averaged over 300 live shows per year since its formation in 2007. Dates are as follows: More...
Kansas blues/metal band The Midnight Ghost Train recently released its album "Buffalo" and is streaming the track "Foxhole" from it. "Buffalo" was produced by David Barbe, whose credits include R.E.M., Drive-By Truckers and Bob Mould. In March, the band joined Barbe at Chase Park Transduction Studios in Athens, Ga to record the album. The Midnight Ghost Train is currently on its thirteenth tour, which has criss-crossed the U.S. They have also toured Europe twice.
This was going to be a special show; you could feel it in the air. The lineup was great, but there was something else lingering that later took everyone by surprise; and it wasn’t the new drink called the Just Say Yes. They wouldn’t tell you what was in it, but you should just say yes to having one. Anyway, the music kicked off and patrons wandered in. I filmed Midnight Ghost Train’s set which you can see below. More...
Blues Metallers The Midnight Ghost Train were involved in a vehicle accident while on tour in Europe. Singer and guitarist Steve Moss explained, "Today while driving in Germany, a guy decided to put his car in reverse and came speeding down the middle of a main road without looking and he slammed into us and totaled our car. What a headache this is." The Midnight Ghost Train's tour will not be cut short though. "Nothing will stop us from doing what we do." The band books their own tours and are constantly on the road either in the States or Europe. They will be touring through Germany and the Netherlands through October before touring America later this year.
As the fog rolled in on the warm, balmy night in NOLA, so did the fans of Jucifer. Not just the average metalheads, but artists, punks, middle-aged/middle class men and women, and about anyone else you can think of. The infamous huge stack of old but very powerful amps, instruments, and all kinds of weird electronic devices filled the side wall of Siberia and rose to the ceiling. It was apparent that they would be performing on the floor lengthwise of the venue because their equipment was too much for the stage. More...