New England melodic hard rockers Sygnal To Noise will be hitting the road with Cold, as part of their “Year of the Spider: 20 Year Anniversary Tour” (as part of a bill that also includes performances by Divide the all, Awake for Days, and Death Valley Dreams). The dates will run from March 17-May 29 throughout the US. The band just issued their latest album, ‘Human Condition,’ last June via Dark Star Records, while the single “Let Me In” hit the top 100 Billboard Radio charts, and its video can be viewed here:

“To say we are excited for this tour is an understatement!,” says the band. “Being fans of COLD for many years. This is a huge honor for us! Our goal is to help make this tour fun for everyone that buys a ticket and attends.”

“Cold is a great band!,” adds singer Coopa. “I am personally honored to be a part of this tour. I think what STN will bring to the table is a ride of emotions. We have a little something for everyone. Mellow, fun, rocking and emotional songs. I write honestly and I think that comes through in our performances. I just want to give people a good time. Give them an escape from their lives for a few, or at least try to.”

Comprised of members Mark Cooper (Coopa)- Vocals/Guitar, B808 – Drums, Dave Pike – Guitar, Christopher Skehan – Guitar, and Breanne Powell (Breezy) – Bass, the group’s 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.

Additionally, Sygnal to Noise was nominated for “best in Maine 2014” by the New England Music Awards, and winner of “2015 best hard rock/ metal band,” and nominated again for 2016. Winner of Chaos Zyne’s Honorable mention awards 2016 for best vocalist/Best guitarist/best hard rock band, best fan favorite, nominated for best hard rock band & best new artist for the 2017 Portland Music Awards, nominated for best International Band 2015 by TBFMOnline out of the United Kingdom, and nominated in 2019  New England Music Awards for Best in State and in 2021 for best live act of the year. 

The band has rocked such notable events as Daytona Bike Week, Laconia Bike Week,

Windham Tattoo Festival, Rise Above Fest. Rock the block Fest & The Jersey Shore Fest to name a few. With 4 CD releases to their credit, Sygnal To Noise’s music is streamed and sold worldwide and has performed regionally in the north eastern United States with Kings X, Sebastian Bach, Warrant, L.A. Guns, Lita Ford, Bret Michaels, Saving Abel, Saliva, Powerman 5000, Winger, Puddle Of Mudd, Trapt, Buckcherry, RED, Days Of The New, Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat, Seether, Alter Bridge, Disturbed, Killswitch Engage, KYNG, Hellyeah, Trivium, Scott Stapp, FLAW,  3 Years Hollow, Soil, John5, Black Stone Cherry, Disturbed and many others. Sygnal To Noise’s music keeps spreading and they look forward to bringing their music to YOU.

And next year, the band will be undoubtedly winning over many new fans, with their coast to coast tour with Cold!


3.17 Syracuse, NY. | Lost Horizon

3.18 Atlantic City, NJ. | Anchor Rock Club

3.19 Teaneck, NJ. | Debonair Music Hall

3.21 New York, NY. | Mercury Lounge

3.22 Cambridge, MA. | Sonia Live

3.23 Mechanicsburg, PA. | Lovedraft’s Brewing

3.24 Norwalk, CT. | Wall Street Theater

3.25 Northampton, PA. | Gin Mill

3.26 Providence, RI. | Fete Music Hall

3.29 Philadelphia, PA. | Warehouse On Watts

3.30 Baltimore, MD. | Zen West.

3.31 Jacksonville, NC. | Hooligan’s Music Hall

4.01 Greenville, SC. | The Radio Room

4.02 Greensboro, NC. | Hangar 1819

4.05 Charleston, SC. | Music Farm

4.06 Jacksonville, FL. | Jack Rabbits

4.07 Orlando, FL. | The Social

4.08 Fort Lauderdale, FL. | Revolution Live

4.10 Tampa, FL. | The Orpheum

4.12 Atlanta, GA. | Boggs

4.13 Nashville, TN. | Basement East

4.14 Knoxville, TN. | Open Chord

4.15 Covington, KY | Madison Live

4.16 Columbus, OH. | Skully’s Music Diner

4.18 Evansville, IN. | Stage Two

4.19 Sauget, IL. | Pop’s

4.21 Pensacola, FL. | Vinyl Music Hall

4.22 Shreveport, LA. | Remington Music Garage

4.23 San Antonio, TX. | Paper Tiger

4.26 Houston, TX. | Scout Bar

4.27 Dallas, TX. | Amplified Live

4.28 Austin, TX, | Come And Take It Live

4.30 Scottsdale, AZ. | Pub Rock Live

5.02 San Diego, CA | Brick By Brick

5.03 Anaheim, CA. | The Parish @ House Of Blues

5.04 West Hollywood, CA. | Whisky A Go- Go

5.05 Fresno, CA. | Fulton 55

5.06 San Francisco, CA. | Brick and Mortar

5.07 Roseville, CA. | Goldfield Trading Post

5.09 Seattle, WA. | Madame Lou’s

5.10 Portland, OR. | Bossanova Ballroom

5.15 Salt Lake City, UT. | Urban Lounge

5.17 Colorado Springs, CO. | Sunshine Studios

5.18 Denver, CO. | Herman’s Hideaway

5.19 Sioux Falls, SD. | Icon Lounge

5.20 Lincoln, NE. | Royal Grove

5.21 Des Moines, IA. | Lefty’s Live

5.23 Minneapolis, MN. | 7th Street Entry

5.24 Chicago, IL. | Bottom Lounge

5.25 Indianapolis, IN. | Hi- Fi

5.26 Flint, MI. | Machine Shop

5.27 Erie, PA. | Basement Transmissions

5.28 Pittsburgh, PA. | Crafthouse

5.29 Cleveland, OH. | Cambridge Room



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