Origin: Houston, TX
Genres: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Years Active: 2012- Present
Color Chemistry is a synth-metal band from Houston, Texas, formed in 2012 by guitarist/vocalist Garrett Turney. The early days of the group were rooted in the likes of Rush and Metallica, and they were showcased on their prog-metal effort "The Other Side" in 2016, as well as their 2018 garage-influenced "Cover Chemistry, Vol.1," a brief homage to their foundation of influences. With the addition of synthesizer player, Robert Hitchcock, along the way, Color Chemistry's evolution evolved from its earlier progressive roots toward a sound that incorporates the attitude of influencers like Korn, Linkin Park, and retro video game soundtracks.
On July 26, 2019, the band released their debut full-length album, “A Light Above,” to warm critical acclaim, ranking #1 on AltPress AP&R List and placement in Loudwire's Weekly Wire. The lone single, “The Great Nothing,” was especially popular and was featured on exclusive Spotify playlists, as well as their first track to surpass 1,000 streams.
Catch Color Chemistry's “A Light Above Tour” in 2019-2020, and experience what Houston Music News calls a "tight and hot," and a "must see band."