Out now as a free download is the track “Bang Bang” by Black Needle Noise which is actually John Fryer. The track is offered for free as a birthday gift from John Fryer.
On “Bang Bang” you can hear John Fryer on vocals himself “but the project will be many singers and what ever music style it turns out to be” Fryer says. And he adds: “No more bands and albums, just songs with different people all under the banner Black Needle Noise.”
You can download the rather delicious song below:
John Fryer is an English record producer. Best known for his production and engineering work (Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode), he also branched out as a musician as one of only two constant members of This Mortal Coil (along with Ivo Watts-Russell), providing keyboards, strings and synthesizer sequencing for the band, and its offshoot, The Hope Blister.
He has since worked on several projects of which Black Needle Noise is his latest.
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