Single Review

Mojo Fury - Colour Of The BearMojo Fury – Colour Of The Bear

When Mojo Fury released ‘The Mann’ back towards the end of 2010 to great hype from the press release which accomplished the single I was instantly disappointed but now the band are back and starting 2011 with the release of their new single ‘Colour Of The Bear’.

‘Colour Of The Bear’ feels that Mojo Fury have really gone back to the drawing board and rethought about their sound as they come across like a hard rocking band who have a slight influence of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers running through them, the baselines are big and bouncy, the riffs also sound huge and fill up the majority of the song whilst the vocals kick arse and have a slight bit of attitude in place.

The b-side is an acoustic version of ‘The Mann’ now this takes a lot of time to get going and ends up sounding really drowsy and like it is on the road to nowhere as to be honest it does fail to get going and I feel that I have been cheated out of 4minutes and 1second of my life.

Overall Mojo Fury have really impressed me with ‘Colour Of The Bear’ which they deserve maximum kudos for but then the acoustic version of ‘The Mann’ is much worse than the original version which I never liked in the first place anyway, so I am still not fully sure on these guys, but keep the singles coming and maybe ditch the poor b-sides.


Review by Trigger

 Band Members

Mike (Guitar, Vocals)
James (Guitar, Vocals)
Ciaran (Bass)
Thomas (Drums)
 Track Listing
1. Colour Of The Bear
 Band Related Links
Mojo Fury Myspace
 Review Score Code
- Top Cheese
- Brilliant
- Pretty damn good
- Ok I guess
- What Was That?