SYGNAL TO NOISE Announce New Album ‘Human Condition’ And Release Title Track

SYGNAL TO NOISE annouce their new album Human Condition to be released on Dark Star Records worldwide on June 3rd. The album will be available on all digital platforms and the finest retailers including Amazon, pop market and f.y.e..

SYGNAL TO NOISE‘s title track “Human Condition” is currently featured on the We Stand With Ukraine album released by Dark Star Records. You can hear the new track below!

This album is a reflection on life. It’s a contemplation of where I am in this world and what my place is in it.” – Coopa, Lead Singer

Sygnal To Noise is coming on like a nuclear weapon, destroying everything in their path. This is a band to look out for, and yes, they are the Bomb!” – Jeffrey A. Swanson / President / Dark Star Records

SYGNAL TO NOISE, a melodic hard rock band, was founded in February of 2013 by frontman, Coopa, a singer/songwriter and veteran of the New England music scene.

Their mission is to help bring rock ‘n’ roll to modern fans and back to its former glory on mainstream radio once again. SYGNAL TO NOISE has been greatly inspired and influenced by bands like Queen, KISS, Alice Cooper and David Bowie, for their showmanship and visuals with a blend of such bands as Stone Temple Pilots, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, and Pearl Jam for their songwriting and vocal styles.

Having the perfect blend of creativity and diverse talent; Breanne ( Breezy ) Powell on Bass, Christopher Skehan on guitar, Dave Pike on guitar and Nick Coffin on drums; and their combined creative process, passion and vision is what pushes their focus and drive for the future of rock ‘n’ roll.

The band has a large interactive visual live performance, with visual art, as well as cameras and stage effects, to help immerse the audience into the music. This combination creates a more fulfilling visual and audio live experience.

Founder and frontman, Coopa’s personal inspiration came from rock ‘n’ roll greats such as Queen, KISS, Bowie, Prince, Motley Crue, and Marilyn Manson for their visual showmanship as well as many of the great bands of the ‘90s era, for their song writing.

Coopa honed his guitar skills over the years which made him a well-rounded musician and songwriter you hear today.