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Mind Museum

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Mind Museum

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20 Dec 2011 date joined

England, Gloucestershire

Justin E Percival Vocals & Bass Guitar

Will Slater Guitar

Chas Bacon Drums

Biography

Mind Museum formed from the ashes of several bands including I AM THE DOOR – an act who garnered serious airplay on Radio 1 and toured with Enter Shikari and Get Cape, Wear Cape, Fly – and Full Scream Ahead - touring buddies to the likes of Attack Attack and Twin Atlantic. And those early years of musical development have tumbled over into the sound and outlook of Mind Museum. Their powerful post-rock sound is complimented by old school punk ethics and a pride in the potency of the DIY attitude.

Despite having been in existence for less than a year the trio (made up of singer/bass player Justin E Percival, guitarist Will Slater and Chas Bacon on drums) have created a quite beautiful ‘calling card’ in their ‘The Power of Three’ album. The six tracks underline just how serious these guys are about what they do.

The Bristol based trio have taken their love of urgent, emotive music and combined it with a serpentine sense of melody. Like their idols before them (everyone from Biffy Clyro to The Cure to At The Drive In) they have attacked the creation of music with a true sense of adventure.

‘Mind Museum are a class act and have a promising future’ SONICSHOCKS

‘a must-have for any alt-rock fan. If they carry on at this rate, 2011 could be a big year for them indeed.’ ALTER THE PRESS

‘It\\\'s clear to see why the band is going down a storm with BBC introducing, we can surely expect great things to come from Mind Museum this year, they are definitely not one to be missed!’ LEEDS MUSIC SCENE

Influences

Biffy Clyro, Muse, The Cure, The Police, Rush, Circa Survive, Twin Atlantic, Young Guns, Lower Than Atlantis, Deaf Havana, Cars on Fire

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