60th Cycle.com

60th Cycle.com

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60th Cycle's music is diverse and melodic, ranging from mellow mood music to heavy rock. There are even elements within certain songs that represent progressive rock, jazz, improvisation and pop. Such a spectrum of music invites a variety of listeners, which is evident at live performances.

Biography

60th Cycle currently resides in Wausau, WI. The Band has recently released a full-length CD containing 14 tracks. The album, Quarter Life Crisis, was recorded at Whitehouse Studios. It was produced and engineered by Marty Cheyka, and mastering was done by Rodney Mills of Rodney Mills Mastering House in Atlanta, GA. 60th Cycle looks forward to performing nation-wide and sharing their music with new listeners. Our influences include Dream Theater, Tool, Alice In Chains, and many other talented groups. We are unique because we are very diverse, which appeals to a broader audience than bands from a single genre. Our album contains a variety of instrumentation which brings the listener deep within a personal story. Live performance is 60th Cycle's main asset, which features melodic vocals and guitar combined with dynamic rhythm and harmonies.

Discography

We released our first album, titled 'Quarter Life Crisis,' on November 23rd, 2005. It is a 14-track, 73-minute long album. We are very fortunate to have great support from 3 radio stations so far. We've already gotten at least 3 of our tracks (Farewell My Brother, Simple Sacrifice, and Maybe) on the radio, and 2 of the stations are playing our songs on a regular basis!

Set List

Our set includes all 14 tracks off of our debut CD, Quarter Life Crisis:

Farewell My Brother
Believer
Simple Sacrifice
Altruistic
Face of Disgrace
Fallen
What Darkens
Mind's Eye
Fantasy
So Blind
Maybe
Shadows
Intangible
Fading