Megadeth Helps the Heroes
Ex-Royal Marine Jay Coen and his band, ‘Johnny Wore Black’, launch their new single ‘All The Rage’ on 6th February to raise funds for Help for Heroes, Combat Stress and Dare to Live, the groundbreaking life skills course for serving and ex-servicemen and women suffering from emotional trauma.
Leader singer Coen, talks about his inspiration for his single and thought-provoking music video. He said: “The biggest problem for servicemen and women leaving the forces is isolation. For many ex-forces after years of soldiering, which are often physically and psychologically traumatic times, it can be difficult to adapt back to civilian life. With the sales of our single we want to promote these military charities and programmes, such as Dare to Live, which support veterans to value their skills, sense of self-worth and to focus on their true potential for the future.”
Johnny Wore Black are fronted by Jay Coen (vocals), Pete Mathers (guitar), Russ Steadman (bass) and Simon Hutchby (drums). Formed in 2010, they devoted much of the year to writing their debut album. Their new single ‘All The Rage’ has been mixed by Grammy Award winning producer David Bottrill, who’s worked with the likes of Tool’s ‘Ænima’ and Muse’s ‘Origin of Symmetry’.
Unshredded brings you a sneak peek of the video, featuring a rock legend.
Help raise funds for Help for Heroes, Combat Stress and Dare to Live and download Johnny Wore Black’s debut single ‘All the Rage’ from the iTunes store.
For more information visit Johnnyworeblack.com