Static Cycle is an excellent band!
Their free download “Inside This World of Mine” has some kick ass guitar work from Josh Witham. Dennis Miller brings it on with the kind of HOT, strong and relentless drummer that every band needs! Jared Navarre’s voice is strong enough to jump to tough and ruthless without wavering.
You need this download!
I know what you are thinking. “Losillë, where are these guys on the Man Candy scale?” Good question. You can find them on several levels of the scale. You won’t be disappointed.
You can get Static Cycle’s download from their website. Turn your speakers down the auto play is fairly loud. You don’t have to join Static Cycle’s mailing list to get the free download, it would be nice if you did.
Take a second to watch their video teaser at the bottom of this page. It features Bristol Palin in a sort of “Beauty and the Beast” moment. She is surrounded by ice and carrying a red rose kept a live in a dome thingy.
I give Static Cycle’s download my highest rating, This Music Doesn’t Suck!
While the competition heats up week after week on “Dancing With The Stars,” Bristol Palin found a clever way to keep super cool: starring with Static Cycle in a music video for “Inside This World Of Mine,” the symphonic rock driven debut single by the Anchorage based power trio’s upcoming EP, Part 1: Hydrate. Keeping up with her on again, off again boyfriend and father of her baby Levi Johnston—who recently made his music video debut in a clip with Brittani Senser—the daughter of former Alaska governor and VP candidate Sarah Palin joined the band for filming at the world renowned Ice Museum in Chena, Alaska. The band shot additional footage on an actual ice glacier also located in Chena. Bristol stars in a Mother Nature type role, wearing a mink coat and mink hat and sporting ice on her eyebrows and eyelashes. She’s also seen clutching a rose under glass. A snippet of the video recently appeared on “Entertainment Tonight,” causing the expected media stir. “We met Bristol through family and mutual friends, and she was as excited about starring in our video as we were to work with her,” says Static Cycle lead vocalist and guitarist Jared Navarre, who also hails from Wasilla. “We all had a great time doing this shoot, and she looked absolutely gorgeous!” Static Cycle will be opening for Daughtry on Wednesday, October 20 at the Sullivan Arena in Anchorage. The band has been burning up the indie music scene in Anchorage, Alaska since 2007, rocking everything from local clubs to the Egan Convention Center. Over the past two years, the band has not only become the biggest band in Alaska, but also a nationally recognized act, touring 14 states in the U.S. and sharing stages with Seether, Puddle of Mudd, Eve6, Emery and 36 Crazyfists. In August, the band performed at the Alaska State Fair, a 12-day event whose lineup included Collective Soul, Shinedown, Kenny Rogers, Lonestar and Boyz II Men. The band breaks the mold not only with its eclectic music, but also with a unique marketing approach where their debut will be released in two EP installments, digitally and in CD format, rather than as a single full length project.