MM Storm London!
Photo by MuJi Ali Khan @ M.A.K. Photography
Midnight Messiah would like to thank everyone who came along to their London Show on 30th August. The crowd was rocking and the band was on fire! Thanks to Silent Divide and The Deep for their great sets, and to Terry Whiberley for organising the show. There are some videos from the night in the videos section.
MM To Play in Holland
Midnight Messiah To Make Live Debut In Holland
We are delighted to announce that Midnight Messiah will be playing at the Heavy Metal Maniacs Festival in Amstelveen, near Amsterdam, on Saturday 18th October 2014.
This will be Midnight Messiah's first appearance in The Netherlands, although Paul and Phil appeared at this fantastic festival in 2004 with Elixir. We will be joined by Grim Reaper, Sad Iron, Dealer, Diggeth and Venator. More details can be found at: www.heavymetalmaniacs.com
You can order tickets online via Ticket Master by clicking on the poster above.
Alex Makes HIs MM Live Debut
We were homoured to be invited to play at a special gig. Kevin Riddles, bass player of Tytan, and formerly of Angel Witch of course, asked us to play at the post wedding gig (Wedfest) following his marriage to Julie. Our old friends, Desolation Angels were also asked to play, and it was great to catch up with some old familiar faces again. It was a great evening, and was also the debut appearance of our new bass player and vocalist Alex, who passed his "baptism of fire" with flying colours, just as we knew he would. Welcome to the band Alex! May we wish Kevin & Julie all the best for their future life together. Below is a picture of the gig, taken by Peter Foster. Thanks Peter.
Elixir In New Metal Art Book
The cover artwork of Elixir's 'The Son of Odin' album is featured in a new book by Martin Popoff and Malcolm Dome entitled 'The Art of Metal'.
The hardback book has 224 thick, 80 lb. gloss, full colour, richly printed pages at a large page size of 10” x 11,” with lots of tiny print – every pages is bursting with pictures and writing.
It really is a beautiful book, and a piece of art in itself! If you are interested in grabbing yourself a copy, click on the image above to go to Amazon's seller page.
Elixir In NWOBHM Documentary
Elixir feature in the Power Metal Point 'What Is the NWOBHM?' documentary. The documentary features 15 minutes of facts, images of the period, and finishes with 15 of the narrator's favourite tracks as samples of the NWOBHM genre. 'Treachery' is included as one of the 15 samples, and if you watch closely, you will spot a rare picture of the classic Elixir line-up (at 06:44) off stage after just playing their first live show (supporting Tokyo Blade, at The Royal Standard, Walthamstow, London on 4th January 1985). The band are unsure as to how that picture got into the hands of the film makers!
click on the image below to watch the documentary