Melbourne’s The Night Terrors offer a mind-melting mix of dark synth magic, thunderous dreamscapes and other-worldly electronica.

Featuring the haunting theremin melodies of Miles Brown (student of Russian theremin queen Lydia Kavina), and Sarah Lim on vintage synthesisers, The Night Terrors have earned a reputation as one of Australia’s most unique original acts.

Following the release of two stellar EPs on Unstable Ape Records, The Night Terrors’ debut full length album Back To Zero was released in 2009 on EXO Records. It has since seen reissues by Trendkill Recordings and Homeless Records.

In 2014 The Night Terrors unleashed their second album Spiral Vortex. An interstellar horror-synth fantasy featuring an orgy of vintage electronics, Spiral Vortex saw the band build upon their post-prog roots to explore a broader universe of warped psychedelia and analogue synth fetishism.

Following their performances supporting Italian horror soundtrack legends Goblin, The Night Terrors were commissioned by the City of Melbourne to compose an album of music with the southern hemisphere’s largest Grand Pipe Organ. Recorded at the Melbourne Town Hall, Friday the 13th June, and launched on Halloween 31st October 2014, Pavor Nocturnus – Composition for Grand Organ, theremin, electronics and percussion is an inferno of haunting theremin-led post prog and dark cosmic dance. Pavor Nocturnus was released by Twisted Nerve Australia and cult UK horror soundtrack label Death Waltz Recording Company.

Following the success of Pavor Nocturnus the band went on hiatus, with Brown releasing two solo albums on Death Waltz.

Now The Night Terrors return in ethereal electro-goth mode with their fourth album HYPNOTICA – Composition For Theremin And Electronic Music Synthesizer on Disdain Records.

The Night Terrors have performed legendary acts such as Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, Goblin, Hawkwind, Black Mountain, Melt-Banana, Serena Maneesh, Boris, Bardo Pond, Marc Ribot, HTRK, Pink Mountaintops and more.