Pink Floyd playing alternative metal with female vocals. Mood oriented music using crushing distortion or acoustic guitars with care given to the story and character of the song.


Remember when singers, you know... SANG? "Lalala" not "gruntgruntgrunt" or "rapraprap" or today's favorite "whinewhinewhine". Yeah, we remember that, too. OH! Remember guitar solos? Nice, tasty guitar solos? Not that late 80's GIT "play really really fast with no point" kinda solo, but a solo that actually fits the song and tells a story, as well? Yeah, we like tasty solos. Lyrics... remember when lyrics told a story, with a beginning and an ending and didn't sound like someone's therapy session with rhymes? Song structure!! Who remembers when songs had more than 2 parts? (And no, having the guitars drop out while the bass plays the verse riff DOES NOT count as a 3rd part) Yep, we got lots of riffs and parts... and they all make sense!! So, if you remember singing, soloing, good story telling through lyrics and music then BY GOD YOU MUST CHECK OUT 12:06!


12:06 - "1206 A.M."

Set List

Our typical set is 45 minutes and we usually play one cover (Wish - Nine Inch Nails but we've also played Dead Skin Mask - Slayer and Big Balls - AC/DC). Our set usually looks like this:
1) Drive - Solid rocker
2) Rumors - Bass driven w/big breakdown
3) Head to the Wall - Clean, little slower, very groove oriented
4) The Lesson - Lots of highs and lows in this one
5) Bathing In Hate - quiet, moody
6) Strength - Mid tempo rocker
7) Cover
8) One Hand Out - Thick, heavy groove
9) State Of Mind - Big, intense rocker to close out the night

Nine songs and usual banter fills up 45 minutes. We also have enough back material to fill an hour set if needed