Exciting News about “The Dead Matter” Coming Soon from Midnight Syndicate

Greetings Deadites!

Some exciting news has been released regarding the soon to be available film The Dead Matter from Midnight Syndicate Films. If you’re a fan of Midnight Syndicate and Robert Kurtzman, you’re going to love this.

This July 30th, at every Hot Topic nationwide, a special edition The Dead Matter DVD will be released that INCLUDES 2 bonus Midnight Syndicate CD’s–the official motion picture soundtrack and a special edition 13th Anniversary Greatest Hits compilation album!  In addition, they have released a new trailer for the film, which is available to view below!

This is a very exciting time for both Midnight Syndicate and their fans across the world.  This film has been a long time coming, and has been given a killer opportunity to take the US by storm!  Get out to your local Hot Topic on July 30th and help support independent cinema, Midnight Syndicate, and all the independent artists, actors, and designers that helped pull together such a killer project!

Below is the new trailer for the film, as well as the official press release from Midnight Syndicate!

Keep is spooky!


The Official Press Release from Midnight Syndicate:

Special edition The Dead Matter DVD set including two bonus Midnight Syndicate CDs available at all HOT TOPIC stores nationwide on July 30th.   New The Dead Matter trailer released.

May 26, 2010 (Cleveland, OH) Midnight Syndicate Films has announced plans to release a special edition of The Dead Matter DVD that will include two bonus CDs by gothic Halloween music artists Midnight Syndicate.  It will be available at all Hot Topic stores nationwide on July 30th.  The specially-priced set will include The Dead Matter DVD, the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack CD by Midnight Syndicate, and a new Midnight Syndicate 13th Anniversary greatest hits CD entitled Halloween Music Collection.   Midnight Syndicate Films has also released a new official trailer for The Dead Matter movie which can be viewed at the film’s revamped website, www.TheDeadMatter.com and YouTube.

The Dead Matter: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack CD contains the score composed by the film’s director, Edward Douglas of Midnight Syndicate, as well as several limited-edition remixes of Midnight Syndicate songs and other music that appears in the film from bands like Lazy Lane, HipNostic, and Eternal Legacy.   Midnight Syndicate’s Halloween Music Collection CD features over 60 minutes of songs hand-picked by Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka to celebrate the band’s first 13 years.   Both new CDs will also be available at Halloween retailers nationwide in August.

The Dead Matter DVD Cover

About The Dead Matter movie:

A guilt-ridden young woman desperate to contact her deceased brother discovers a powerful ancient relic that controls the dead.  Her dark obsession drags her into the tangled world of two warring vampire lords (Andrew Divoff of Lost, Wishmaster and Tom Savini of Friday the 13th, Dawn of the Dead) each with his own sinister plans for the artifact and a vampire hunter (Jason Carter of Babylon 5) who will stop at nothing to destroy it.  This chilling gothic dark fantasy co-produced by Robert Kurtzman (creator of From Dusk Till Dawn, KNB FX) features a haunting score by Halloween musicians Midnight Syndicate.  It’s a mix of classic horror themes with modern twists and a touch of dark humor that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

About Midnight Syndicate:

Midnight Syndicate has been creating instrumental Halloween music and gothic horror fantasy soundtrack CDs for the past thirteen years.   The group’s music has become a staple of the Halloween season worldwide as well as a favorite in the haunted house, amusement park, role-playing game, and gothic music industries.   From Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights and Hugh Hefner’s Halloween parties to Monday Night Football, X-Box games, the classic Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, and Barbara Walters specials, their CDs are designed to take listeners on a journey into the darkest corners of their imagination.

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