rockers Colour of Noise have been confirmed to
play at this years Download Festival
onSunday 14th June,
2015, further solo dates to be announced soon.
From Little Angels’ Bruce John
Dickinson comes a new rock band called Colour of
Noise, steeped in the tradition of the
late 60’s British blues boom, and
early 70’s stadium rock. Joining Bruce is
Mitchell (Pride and Furyon)
and Randy Nixon on drums (Magic
Bullet Band, Jeevas, Straw). The band also
features Dan Electro on rhythm guitar and
Daniel on bass.
Of Noise describe themselves as from the school of classic rock and
wear their influences of Free, Bad
Company and Led Zeppelin amongst others, fully visible
on their collective sleeves – ‘great songs recorded in the old fashioned
way’. They use carefully chosen vintage and custom guitars, backline
and record onto two inch tape.
of Noise are launching their debut album
through PledgeMusic, the direct-to-fan website that allows fans
to participate and be part of the making of the album. As well as signed CDs,
vinyl and merchandise, Colour of
Noise’s PledgeMusic campaign includes studio visits,
updates and exclusive tracks – including when you sign up to
the Pledge campaign an immediate download of their first single
‘Head On’: https://youtu.be/Kr6ng83prE4. All the details and more on www.pledgemusic.com/projects/colourofnoise
Fact : Matt and Bruce met for the
very first time at the Download
Festival in 2012 when they were performing
with Little Angels and Furyon respectively More
Information on Bruce John Dickinson and Matt Mitchell.
John Dickinson was previously in Little Angels.
Through the late 80’s and early 90’s, Little Angels achieved 11 top forty hit
singles and 4 Top 20 albums – including a #1 with 1993’s much acclaimed
Angels toured across the globe with Bon
Halen, Aerosmith, Bryan
Adams, ZZ Top and Aerosmith. The band
ended in 1994 and reformed in 2012 for a triumphant return at Download
festival. This was followed up with their own headline tour,
culminating in an appearance at the 2013 Isle of Wight festival
supporting Bon Jovi.
also a founder/director of the much respected and award winning British
Institute of Modern Music (BIMM) franchise of music colleges and the Detroit
Institute of Music Education (DIME). Alongside Colour Of Noise activities, Bruce
continues to work in Music Higher Education writing degree courses and ‘making
the academic case for rock n roll’.
Mitchell was a founder member and lead singer songwriter of cult
melodic rock act Pride and more recently the highly
respected Furyon. Furyon played Download in
2012 and Bloodstock Festival and have enjoyed support
from Classic Rock and Metal
Hammer magazine. Matt and his band have a healthy and
loyal audience of discerning rock and metal fans.