Johnny Wore Black ‘Ultra Violent Light’ Album + ‘Gun True Love’ Music Video
UK rockers JOHNNY WORE BLACK featuring Megadeth‘s David Ellefson on bass guitar, have released their third full lenght album ‘Ultra Violent Light‘ via EMP Label Group. JOHNNY WORE BLACK have just posted a new music video for the song ‘Gun True Love‘, which can be viewed below.
1. Gun True Love 2. One Sexy Scar 3. Plastic Ocean 4. Honey Club 5. RIP Mr Man 6. Boy Soldier 7. Southern Storm 8. Broken 9. Ultra Violent Light 10. Ultimate Fighter
The album was produced by David Bottrill (Tool, Stone Sour, Dream Theater) & Gez Walton (Earthtone9), mastered by Joao Carvalho & Bryan Lowe. Album artwork was designed by Andy Pilkington (Soil, Flotsam & Jetsam, Fury, Kissin’ Dynamite, Bloodstock Festival).
JOHNNY WORE BLACK is:
Jay Coen – Vocals Simon Hutchby – Drums Gez Walton – Guitars David Ellefson – Bass Cameron Daniel William Hill – Keyboards Kate Shortt – Cello Adam Sedgewick – Vocals George Donahue – Vocals/Bass
Johnny WoreBlack was formed in 2012 with a view to writing and creating the music deep in the heart of Jay, the founder of the project. Having written songs since his teens, there was plenty of past material, a selection of which needed exorcising before new works could develop. The first album was an exploration into older songs with a few new ones and ended up being split into two parts, released in March and November of 2014 entitled Walking Underwater Parts 1 & 2.
During the writing time, Jay also dialled into his film making heritage and created various music videos to accompany the Johnny Wore Black tunes. It took more than three years to finally release album number 3, Ultra Violent Light and the collaboration with talents David Ellefson, David Bottrill, Simon Hutchby & Gez Walton, served to create the latest instalment of the Johnny Wore Black saga.
Diversely, Jay is also known for his stunt career with screen credits including: Game Of Thrones, Ready Player One, Spectre, Hitman’s Bodyguard, Rogue One, Spiderman-Far From Home to name a few.
Since the birth of Johnny Wore Black there has been critical acclaim in publications including Music Week, Metal Hammer, Revolver and Classic Rock, BBC Radio play from Australia to the USA and into Europe and the UK numerous video airings on MTV’s Kerrang Channel and Scuzz.
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