Saturday, January 30, 2016


Music is at its best when it's born out of passion, meaning, and purpose.  Unfortunately, for today's listeners, many artists simply fall back on exhausted formulas, as they quickly sacrifice passion for sales.  However, rather than falling back with its peers, Circle of One aims to step up.  "Too many musicians are just making noise. Nobody's saying anything of value," says frontman Mark Cunzolo.  "You're attracted to someone. Great. You like to party. Great. But what's the point in telling people about that? Let's use music to unpack some deeper issues."  Circle of One tackles this challenge by lacing its hard-rock, metal, hip-hop, and electronically infused music with tales of internal fear, substance abuse struggles, self-control issues, and more. Most importantly, Circle of One passionately displays the power and the hope needed to find freedom from these issues.  Their music has a message. Their music has a purpose.  It's time to spread it like wildfire.

With its roots firmly planted in progressive rock, Circle of One has taken a risk and strayed far from home, deciding instead to pursue a fresh mixture of hip-hop, hard rock, metal, and electronic elements.  Tearing everything down and rebuilding always presents a challenge.  However, for Circle of One, accepting that challenge resulted in a new sound that is both hard-hitting and relevant.
Dream Theater, Skillet, Thousand Foot Krutch, Hillsong United, P.O.D, LeCrae, Andy Mineo, Fireflight, Metallica, Kutless, My Epic, Pillar, Rage Against the Machine
Band Members
Mark Cunzolo- Vocals
Eric Rojas- Guitars
Brant Williamson- Drums
Kevin Dinello - Bass
Garrett Musko- Keys

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