The noise has one mission and one mission only: to get you out of your seat for an ass-shaking, head bobbing, house rocking good time.
The band employs a mixture of up-tempo danceable beats, driving guitars and infectious melody. No matter what sound you are into, this band will touch upon it, all while maintaining the energy and drive that has come to define the noise's live experience.
The group has played with such acts as The Mooney Suzuki and Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, been featured in art shows and even had one of their Videos air on SC Educational television.
Some influences include
eagles of death metal
the arcade fire
kings of leon
and way too many other to list without eating up your time.
Justin Purdy - Guitar, Drums and Vocals.
Michael Coleman - Vocals, Guitar, keys
Alex Mabrey - Bass and Vocals.
Jonathan Crutfield - Drums and Vocals.
spectrometer e.p.- 2005
hafler e.p.- 2007
layover e.p.- 2008
pioneers of the soviet avant guard -2010 (unreleased)
The Noise-sound bites- JUNE 1-7, 2011
"Tonight, the noise reinvents itself a bit, picking up the tempos and polishing is hooks"
Back to School Bash 8-18-11
The noise is an appropriately noisy pop-rock act
Sound Bites 9/26/08
"... a slick, veneered, alterna-pop attack much akin to the foo fighters. " -P.Wall
Picks of The Week 07/18/08
"The Noise is fond of Cranky Guitars and genre mashing (punk, metal, bar rock.) " -Otis Taylor
The Noise 4/14/08
[+ Show ]
"At its more metal moments, The Noise commands a driving presence like the Queens of the Stone Age w..."At its more metal moments, The Noise commands a driving presence like the Queens of the Stone Age while some songs pop and bounce a la Fountains of Wayne. The only unifying aspect I can find is that every single song seems to have this one moment tucked away somewhere that sounds just like The Toadies’ 'Possum Kingdom'.”-T. Baker
Sound Bites 01/26/08
[+ Show ]
"The Noise continues to provide that balls-to-the wall rock a la Queens of the Stone Age that its fa..."The Noise continues to provide that balls-to-the wall rock a la Queens of the Stone Age that its fans know and love."
45 mins- 3 hours, depending on needs of the evening. The band can, with a ten minute break, pull a three hour set off with a mix of originals and covers.
There are no upcoming dates at this time.