Signal 99

Bio

History of Signal 99

SIGNAL 99 has emerged from the southwest with their powerful music along with their unforgettable stage presence. Their hard metal punk influenced music coupled with the hard rock vamping vocals and melodic tones with minor key tonality which results in embedded music that you will not forget. This band originated as a trio and now filled out its sound with another guitarist. The music stands for itself and has proven to compete with many bands near the same genre. Their music styling is often paired with Coal Chamber, Static-X, Upon a Burning Body, and Psychostick.

 

Signal 99 was recently featured in a first of its kind eBook that has nearly 800,000 downloads since its release in May 2015. Selected along with 25 other artists out of 4,000 worldwide entries, Signal 99's song "Zombie Star" made the soundtrack. This prompted several local media and regional TV coverage (KOB TV 4, NBC) to cover the band's accomplishment.

 

The Gospel CD features recommended tracks such as Zombie Star and Ten Fold. Zombie Star has gained the attention of many A&R Reps to stop and listen. Pandora, Amazon, and Spotify currently feature this CD. The earlier 2008 CD, Armed and Dangerous features recommended tracks of the self-titled “Armed and Dangerous” also “Jealousy Breeds” which is available on ITunes. They will be going back in the studio to release a new CD.

 

This powerful band started like most bands with the heart, drive, and love of music. They started with a power trio of two brothers (Chuck Haven – Vocals/Guitarist & Henry Haven – Bass) and a very good friend (Mark Curley). Chuck, Henry, & Mark paved the way for Signal 99 in the early years with constant touring and gaining fan base in the southwest region. In 2011, they were first to win the local spot to play the UpRoar Rockstar Mayhem Festival at the Isleta Amphitheater along-side Avenged Sevenfold & Seether. This opened up many opportunities for the band including playing for SXSW in Austin starting from 2009. Since then, the band has been through many changes including losing Henry Haven to Multiple Sclerosis in 2014. It was Henry’s request to keep the band going, so Chuck found some new band members and after a few line-up changes, he has solidified the core to include; Brandon Curly - Bass Guitar, Fred Brown - Drums, Percussion, & Keys, Maul - Guitar, and Mark Curley - Drums. This new group has worked together to create the music and the mood on the new album, American Monster,  and has been assembled to bring that music live, to all our fans.  Be rockin' with you soon!!!!

 

They have performed live television on FUSE MUSIC TV’s “Slave To The Metal” tour and Albuquerque television’s “Quote – Unquote” series. Radio interviews and airtime from San Diego to Austin. Press from the Albuquerque Journal – The Denver Post – Denver Westword - Cortez Journal – Farmington Daily Times - Gallup Independent – Navajo Times - Metal Horizon Magazine and No Cover Magazine