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I Can't Complain

by Sixty Miles Down

A wild Rock-filled explosion of fiery hooks & killer catchiness.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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After spending more than a decade in the purgatory of lineup changes, New Jersey’s intense & melodic Hard Rock/Alternative band Sixty Miles Down is back and sounding completely revitalized on their brand-new single “I Can’t Complain.” A wild Rock-filled explosion of fiery hooks & killer catchiness – the latest cut from Sixty Miles Down packs in serious instrumentation and all-out audio-entertainment; it’s the sound of a band that is clearly more inspired than ever before and stoked to be back on the scene.
Currently charting in the Top-30 at ourstage.com’s and in the Top-10 at broadjam.com – the outpouring of support & love spread throughout their sites & social media solidly confirm that the people are just as excited to have Sixty Miles Down back as the players in the band are. “I Can’t Complain” was officially recorded & released by co-founder John Mosco (Vocals/Guitar) – and the finalized lineup with Peter Dobrzanski (Lead Guitar) and Anthony Coppolla (Drums) are amped-up and ready to hit the road for live shows along with him. Determined to bring it to every stage & studio over the years to come & make up for lost time with hard-hitting cuts guaranteed to get you movin’ – Sixty Miles Down is ready to rock. With “I Can’t Complain” bringing the band back to full strength, they’re now ready to conquer the world.
Join them as they take over 2018 and let loose real Rock music that the people truly wanna hear.



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I Liked It
I liked it, it reminds me of a few things that I can't quite place but I think I would put it in the Seventies style wise which is fine. Cream maybe although not quite. I thought the production sounded pro to me, vocal was solid and it's a positive lyric, good one for the car on an open road.

Justin Brodsky

Just crank the volume and play f@!king loud!!
Review by: Justyn Brodsky

With heavy grooves, a punchy rhythm section and blistering guitar riffs, New Jersey’s hard rock outfit Sixty Miles Down makes some serious noise with their latest banger “I Can’t Complain”.

Reminiscent of a sound influenced by Alice In Chains with a few extra notches of volume, this song does not disappoint. From riffy to catchy and everything that is loud enough to wake up your neighborhood, “I Can’t Complain” really steps up the game for the dudes in Sixty Miles Down and really grabs you by the throat from beginning to end and never lets up.

We get a hefty set of grooves from the rhythm section, and it really helps the gain-fueled guitars soar high with the vocals at the forefront. The production value fits this song perfectly and the authenticity of the band’s writing style and straightforward sound is what makes it all the more impressive. These guys don’t need post production theatrics – just crank the volume and play f*cking loud.

With hypnotic verses that build up the aura of anticipation, we get lead down the path of anxiousness when finally reaching the climactic chorus. You know it’s coming, but will it be executed correctly? Absolutely. These guys focus on the songwriting factor and it really glistens when that chorus hits you like a house of bricks. It’s definitely one of those songs where you’ll be cranking it more than once, likely back-to-back just to let this band work you up again – because they can.

And that’s my favorite part about this song. It’ll hit you over the head simply because it can. If you crave a heavy dose of real heavy rock minus the “core” and “electro

Randall Dunkle

Great Driving Beat!
I really like the way the song has a great driving beat, the instrumentation is great, reminds me of a cross between Thin Lizzy and Deep Purple.