Midnight Juggernauts tour dates

MIDNIGHT JUGGERNAUTS RETURN TO THE US THIS WINTER NEW REMIX & VIDEO PREMIER FOR LARA V’S THE SAVAGE PACK

CRYSTAL AXIS AVAILABLE IN STORES 12/14
(SIBERIA RECORDS/RED EYE DISTRIBUTION)

11/18 – Armando Records, Columbia
11/19 – Lunario, Mexico City, Mexico
11/20 – Escenica, Monterrey, Mexico
11/22 – The Independent, San Francisco, CA
11/23 – Echoplex, Los Angeles, CA
11/26 – Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY
11/27 – The Belmont, Montreal, QC
11/28 – Wrongbar, Toronto, ON
11/30 – Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL
*Visit midnightjuggernauts.com for ticket details*

WATCH
‘LARA V’S THE SAVAGE PACK’ VIDEO PREMIER

After a year of non-stop touring across the US, Europe and their native-land Australia, Midnight Juggernauts are making a welcomed return to the States this winter for a string of headlining dates across the country. Having received raving reviews from all over the world on their sophomore album ‘The Crystal Axis’, the Juggies have continued to provide an ongoing supply of limited edition vinyl, creative short films and hand made Ts to their fans, staying true to their DIY ethic and their commitment to giving fans what they really want. With their album sales going strong on iTunes, the album will also be released in North America via Redeye Distribution on 12/14/2010.

Having released a string of singles online and in 12″ via Acephale Records, The band are returning with their third single ‘Lara V’s The Savage Pack’, equipped with an impressive handful of killer, eclectic remixes by LOL Boys, Kisses, PVT, Electric Six, and Plastic Plates as well as a brand new video shot frame by frame, then re-shot using 2000 printed pieces of paper, which was directed by Lucinda Schreiber and Beatrice Pegard.

“This may very well be the Midnight Juggernauts’ Dark Side Of The Moon” – SUP Magazine

“It’s a melodic, borderline hypnotic trip that conjures everything from low-tech horror sounds, tribal beats, and the ’70s-era atmospherics of Frank Zappa and The Doors.” – Interview Magazine

“Electropop is their native genre, a pretty woolly term born out of the 80s to describe a form of synthpop often classified as cold and robotic. But pack up your horror?pulsating with Brian Eno reverie and other meaty 70s prog-rock influences, these soundscape warriors have crafted a mammoth of a sophomore album” – Anthem Magazine

“Knotty arrangements of alternately poppy and moody tunes suggest Pink Floyd gone new wave; chugging guitars skank around gloriously garish mellotron choirs and cosmic Moog ooze.” – SPIN Magazine

“Midnight Juggernauts continues to push the boundaries of sound with their layered synthesizers, looping melodies, and the general sense that they went to guitar class in outer space.” – NYLON

The whole thing could be the soundtrack to a reimagining of Flash Gordon, knowingly kitsch but impressively singular of vision. – BBC Music

“Cosmically synthetic, subversively euphoric” – The New York Times

“Taking advantage of the creative license they have given themselves, for The Crystal Axis, the Juggernauts take a small step away from the vocoder-ed robotics of Dystopia. In it’s place are percussive orchestrations and cinematic textures… (The Crystal Axis) doesn’t all take place in a distant galaxy, however, as the dial shifts to AM and the decade rolls back four times to the 70’s” – SOMA Magazine

“Like a marsupial MGMT, blissfully out to lunch” – SPIN Magazine

“The real thunder from Down Under” – OUT Magazine

“the finished product the aura of a supernova explosion that left spontaneous creation in its beautiful wake.” – Aced Magazine

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