News: Midnight Danger Kick Off U.S. Tour

Synthwaver horror duo Midnight Danger kicked off their first ever U.S. tour October 26 in Phoenix, AZ concluding October 31 in Seattle, WA.

Dust off your Membership Only jacket, and don your favorite pair of parachute pants because Midnight Danger have released a video for their ’80’s worship video, “Radio Hell.” If you don’t feel the Xanadu, skate boogie goodness of “Radio Hell,” may I suggest a Miami Vice marathon?

For those curious about Midnight Danger but not sure who they are or what to expect at a gig, check out their video for “Live At The Slaughterhouse.” If can you imagine the greatest soundtrack ever made for the best ’80’s slasher film or horror movie never filmed, Midnight Danger are the living embodiment of that sentiment.

Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden, Midnight Danger were conceived by producer and guitarist Chris Young in late 2015. Their music draws inspiration from synthwave, ’80’s metal, and classic horror, utilizing pulsating synthesizers and driving rhythms with an epic cinematic quality best described as “dark ’80s.”

Midnight Danger’s live shows marry their music to a synchronized light show, engaging the audience in a theatrical, horror movie experience. With albums like Malignant Force, Nights At Lake Milsen, and Chapter 2: Endless Nightmare, Midnight Danger are just getting started.

Photo courtesy of Midnight Danger

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