Steve Scheberle

Steve Scheberle

 Irving, Texas, USA

As instrumental music crosses over many genre, we each find our ears enjoy a vast range
of sound. Contextual music or style driven music; we know what drives our auditory senses. My band is a culmination of 21 years of instrumental drumset, collaboration and creativity.


Born Steven Paul Scheberle February 25th 1975, Steve began music at an early age. Guitar lessons from local small town instruction led to his early influences, and fueled his passion to play Drumset.
Nosing around his older brothers room Steve found two cassettes. AC/DC Who Made Who and Metallica Kill 'em All. Two tracks stood out on both albums. THE INSTRUMENTALS! Steve began taking drum lessons at twelve years of age. A self professed 'Telecom Brat' Steve moved around the United States. Into Steve's early teens he was known to pick up rudiments and rhythms quite naturally. Upon moving to Texas Steve continued to take lessons on a more sophisticated level. Steve began studying Jazz Drumset. Learning from students and friends of drumming greats the likes of The Big Three, Louie Belleson, Buddy Rich, and Gene Krupa. Starting his first Instrumental Rock Band in the days of the Grunge Explosion was no easy feat. As early as sixteen this band recorded a full length Demo at Vorpal Recording Studios in Arlington Texas. Later at seventeen with Bass Player in tow Relatively Organic recorded a full length Demo. Funded and produced by the Steve the band sold over 100 demos to fellow students in a local public school. Getting gigs in bars as seventeen year olds proved easier with Demos for club owners. With a practice regimen consisting of identical times and lengths, every single day became the breeding ground for a unified sound. This sound shined through as the band was known to have played a gig 'On Call'; setting up gear, sound check and performance after a 27.1 mile drive all under three hours. Pay became the very key factor that let to firing his first band members.
After college he spoke with his family, deciding that he had an opportunity to record a full length album. Knowing that if he was not to pursue his passion he would not return to it at all. With the full support of his family Steve recorded Repetition Is The Skill Of Mastery. Followed by Electric Wasteland, which covered many of the songs from Repetition Is The Skill Of Mastery with an added five songs Steve was able to utilize,, Itunes, Amazon, Napster, Clear Channel Radio Stations around the country, and The University of North Texas Radio KNTU to Blast his Instrumental Rock around the world. With well over 70,000 plays World Wide, Steve is now preparing to Record his forth studio album on his World Eyes record Label.


Repetition Is The Skill Of Mastery released 2007
Brandon Schnieder(Guitar & Bass Guitar)

Electric Wasteland released 2008
Brandon Schnieder(Guitar & Bass Guitar)

? (single) released 2009
Jason Lundeen(Guitar & Fretless Bass)

Source (Drum Solos) February 2010
Speck (Drum Solo)
Replicating Fire (Drum Solo)

Retrospection (Single/Double) Released 2010
Brandon Schneider (Guitar & Bass)

Delta (Triple/Single) Released December 2010
Brandon Schneider (Guitar & Bass)

Feedback (December 8th 2007)
Brandon Schneider (Guitar & Bass)

Through A Moment In Mind (Single) Released 2008
Brandon Schneider (Guitar/Bass & Keyboards)

Crystal Clear Mastering Studios/ Dallas Texas on All songs 2007-2010

All Songs Originally Recorded Dang! Studios Dallas Texas
*Except Not Equal 2

Engineering: Sean Palone/Tony Enger/Brandon Schneider
Mixing: Kevin Kotzer