Midnight Hour Music Review By: Michelle Fitts
Hailing from the desolate Midwest, Midnight Hour has gone from a local cover band to well known, all original, hard rockers who have waged a personal vendetta against modern rock and roll stereotypes. With soaring guitar solos, extreme breakdowns, and wide ranging vocals, they're giving momentum to a rock and roll train headed for stardom. Finally grabbing a consistent lineup in mid-2010, they've been writing and performing a heavy blend of their own music with local and national acts in and around the St Louis area. Opening for bands such as Switchfoot, Cavo, Alien Ant Farm, Parabelle, Life on Repeat and many others, they've proven time and again they can stand with the best of them.
Currently working on recording and mastering they are looking forward to an album release in early 2012. The guys are ready to take their talent to the next level. Still, no matter what, with or without the labels, money and women, Midnight Hour is always ready to throw down the rock and bring the show.
Midnight hour won the video voting for 1057 the points hoho show, beating out eight other bands to open for CAVO and Switchfoot.
Current band members
The loose ends bar was packed with rockers ready to get their faces melted off. The supporting bands driven rage and Able to Kill Kane didn’t disappoint, but they did get us warmed up to jam out with midnight hour. Kodys unbelievable vocals set the mood in "sexual tension between strangers." The band played three new songs from their upcoming album: lies, revelations, and she-wolfs chew toy. Matt and Mike held down the heart-thumping rhythm, while Larry and Patrick tore the roof off with their screaming riffs. The surprise of the night was a new guitar player (Josh) and a new singer (Patrick) doing "Head on Collision." Midnight Hour didn’t disappoint the crowd. They came, they saw, and clearly melted ALL our faces CLEAN OFF!
To find out more about midnight hour please check out the following: