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Midnight Odyssey

Formed: 2007
From: Brisbane, Australia
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Midnight Odyssey News

Below is our complete Midnight Odyssey news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Midnight Odyssey Premiere New Song

Australian atmospheric black metal unit Midnight Odyssey premiere a new song called "A Storm Before A Fiery Dawn", taken from their upcoming new album "Biolume Part 1 - In Tartarean Chains", which I, Voidhanger Records will release on November 1st.

Check out now "A Storm Before A Fiery Dawn" below.

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Midnight Odyssey Premiere New Song

Australian based Midnight Odyssey premiere a new song entitled "Hidden In Tartarus", taken from their upcoming new album "Biolume Part 1 – In Tartarean Chains", which I, Voidhanger Records will release on November 1st.

Check out now "Hidden In Tartarus" below.

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Midnight Odyssey Reveals New Album Artwork

Australia's Midnight Odyssey has announced the band's new album "Funerals From The Astral Sphere" will be released in September, 2011. The band has now also revealed the album's cover artwork, which can be viewed below.

You can also find more information on Midnight Odyssey and listen to tracks available for streaming through the band's MySpace page.

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Metalunderground.com's Best of 2010 Awards

The Grammys have been awarded, February is winding down, and we are officially late with our Best Of Year in Metal acknowledgments. So let's get to it. Like every year, I polled our diverse staff of metalheads to obtain their picks in several categories for 2010.

2010 was an interesting year in metal. Was it good? Yes. But not what one might expect at the outset. There were a lot of releases by big names, but most did not make the splash one would expect. Iron Maiden, Rob Zombie, Fear Factory, Dimmu Borgir, Dark Tranquility, and Living Sacrifice all put out decent albums, but nothing too bold or worth raving over. 2010 was one more year removed from the fading metalcore trend; a year in which we could savor thrash's second life, and melodic death metal is still living strong. When the trendiest things are a return to thrash and technical metal (despite losing much of its death metal influences), that's not too bad from a metal perspective.

It's hard to say 2010 was a year for the underground to shine. The true underground bands rarely get widely noticed. But there were quite a few lesser known bands making names for themselves and grabbing their fair share of attention last year. Why is this? Is it a sign of a changing of the guard in light of the aging greats, and perhaps despite the thrash revival? It's hard to say, but personally, I discovered a lot of new bands that I thoroughly enjoy, so I am all for continuing along this path.

Let's get down to the details and talk about those bands that made 2010 a solid year for heavy metal by announcing the Metalunderground.com staff picks for 2010. The staff picks include the following categories: Best Metal Album of 2010, Best Metal DVD of 2010, Best Metal Newcomer of 2010, Best Live Act of 2010, and Most Anticipated Release for 2011. More...

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Midnight Odyssey Issues Album Update

Australian black metal act Midnight Odyssey has checked in with the following brief update about the band's upcoming album:

"What a busy start to the year. The next album, 'Funerals From The Astral Sphere,' will be available very soon. Also, for those who haven't already noticed, the new website is up and running."

Midnight Odyssey also announced the band will be contributing to an Emperor tribute album titled "In Honour of Icon E." You can check out details on the tribute to Emperor at this location.

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Lineup Announced For Emperor Tribute Album

Metal Wamp and Tryzna Production will release a tribute dedicated to the legendary Norwegian black metal band Emperor. Titled "In Honour Of Icon E," the tribute album will feature several bands presenting cover versions of various Emperor songs.

The currently announced bands taking part in this new tribute are: Taake, Helheim, Troll, Horna, Setherial, Demonical, Saltus, Mesmerized, Necrodeath, Midnight Odyssey, Silva Nigra, Infer, Ancestroal Volkhves, and Karpathia.

A promotional poster for the upcoming Emperor tribute album release can also be viewed at this location.

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