Traveling along with the polar air front from Alaska is Static Cycle with their brand new glossy video for “Inside This World of Mine.” Static Cycle is causing quite an avalanche in their home state, becoming the biggest name in alt rock and shaking up everything from the local clubs to the Anchorage Convention Center. The band has also toured the country, sharing stages with major artists like Daughtry, Drowning Pool, Seether, Puddle of Mudd, Eve6, Emery and 36 Crazyfists. Static Cycle even headlined the Alaska State Fair, a 12-day event whose lineup included Collective Soul, Shinedown, Kenny Rogers, Lonestar and BoyzIIMen. This is definitely no small feat for any rock band, but Static Cycle has accomplished it without label support.
The latest Static Cycle video for “Inside This World of Mine” showcases Static Cycle at their absolute best, rocking hard, loud and, perhaps most importantly, cool (pun intended). This arctic clip takes place on top of an actual ice glacier and inside one of Alaska’s most unique attractions, an ice museum, containing sculptures and exhibits made out of… well, we’ll let you take a chip at it. Click here for the full Static Cycle bio!
Check out the video for “Inside This World of Mine”