BLUE MIDNIGHT TAKES THE STAGE
Warm-Up Performance at the Viper Room Ignites their Debut at Aftershock Festival.
Los Angeles, CA: Justine Glaser, BLUE MIDNIGHT’s electrifying front woman, is warming up her vocal chords in at Hollywood’s Viper Room this October 9th, 2019; as she prepares to share the stage with the Rock Gods that inspired her Metal journey at the world-renowned AFTERSHOCK FESTIVAL on October 11-13th, in Sacramento, California.
BLUE MIDNIGHT’s self-proclaimed genre of Dream Metal exploded onto the Los Angeles metal circuit two years ago with the unique sound of classical symphony orchestra combined with grungy 90’s rock. Behind the music is Justine Glaser, a skillful singer/songwriter with every bit of motivation to climb the metal mountain for her message to be heard.
Glaser says of her work:
“To me, music is about self-expression and resolving whatever you need to resolve in life. I think the best kind of music is raw, honest, and well thought out, that’s what I try to do with Blue Midnight. I make music that speaks to me, and I make music that tells my personal truth and experiences.”
BLUE MIDNIGHT will serve fans a dose of Dream Metal Medicine in this intimate Viper Room performance not to be missed before busting through the seams of the AFTERSHOCK FESTIVAL all-star line-up, including TOOL and KORN, whom they will share the stage with on Sunday, October 13th .
BLUE MIDNIGHT has the scent of a world tour coming soon and there is no telling when shows at the Viper Room will be traded for amphitheater’s across the Europe skyline.
BLUE MIDNIGHT’s debut AFTERSHOCK show promises to be eccentric, lively and unforgettable - masterfully weaving violin, electric violin and electric drums together alongside the traditional four-piece band configuration, promising a marathon of musical interludes without traditional song breaks.
Witness BLUE MIDNIGHT live at Hollywood’s legendary Viper Room on October 9th, 2019; before their debut performance at AFTERSHOCK FESTIVAL on Sunday, October 13th, 2019 at 12:25pm.
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https://www.instagram.com/bluemidnight.music/ and stay tuned for shows to follow!
Sponsors of the Blue Midnight show at the Viper Room include Rock N Roll Industries Magazine and Dirtbag Clothing.
“Blue Midnight is a hard rock group complete with outstanding vocals, two guitars, a great rhythm section and even a violin. Think Evanescence meets Iron Maiden with the violin adding another dimension of mostly rhythms to all of the songs. The opening tune, “Acid Rain,” brings out the band’s true colors as they sit nicely atop the hard rock/metal genre. Dueling guitars, a la Judas Priest, take turns on solos, harmonizing and keeping- Pierce Brochetti, Music Connection
the rhythm tight and intact. The bass neatly complicates the beats, while Justine puts icing on the cake with delicious vocals.”
Justine Glaser (Composer/Vocals)
Matt Hormbeck (Guitars)
Todd McCool (Rhythm Guitar)
Mike Hill (Bass)
Edgar Sandoval (Violin)
David Allen (Drums)
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California's biggest rock festival is back for its eighth annual bash.. and this time, DIRTBAG Endorsed Artists BLUE MIDNIGHT have made the bill.
The festival takes place October 11-13 at Discovery Park near Downtown Sacramento, CA. Many acts are set to perform, including: Slipknot, Dropkick Murphys, Lamb of God, HALESTORM, Sum 41, Stone Temple Pilots, Blink 182, Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Korn, and many more...
BLUE MIDNIGHT is the brainchild of frontlady, Justine Glaser-- and the group has swiftly established themselves as the stargate to a new genre, which they firmly classify as 'Dream Metal'.
BLUE MIDNIGHT will be performing on the Monster Energy stage, opening up the day, and warming up the stage for the triumphant return of TOOL at the end of the night.. an all-time favorite of Justine's. This will be BLUE MIDNIGHT's first music festival performance.
“We are ready to roll! The guys and I are so excited to be a part of thisJustine Glaser in a recent interview with Metal Pulp and Paper
and there are so many amazing bands on this bill. I think the best thing about music festivals is that people go to listen and enjoy music. Performance-wise, we are going to be feeding off the energy of the crowd. I love that we are going to be playing in front of a crowd of die hard music fans.”