Bass Guitar, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar.


Like a hurricane, Centrifuse has hit the world with a gale force of powerful riffs and hauntingly gentle melodic underpinnings. Taking its influences from hard rock/metal, 80's new wave, and everything else under the sun, Centrifuse brings a new sound that defies genres. The history is as such: In 2007, lead songwriter and guitarist Sean McKenna gathered his ample collection of hooks, licks, and songs and embarked on a search to round out the band and its sound. Through the miracle of modern technology, he quickly found his musical cohorts. Brent Gaylor, a brilliant vocalist and songwriter, brings the riffs to fruition with melodies, lyrics, and dynamic vocals. Drummer John Egan and bassist Denise Tortorelli provide a firm foundation of driving rhythms and deep, dark grooves. These forces fuse to form a sonic wave of timeless anthems that will drive us into the future.

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Member since:
Dec 21 2009
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Years together:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
46 years


Ourselves :) Fuel, Metallica, STP, Led Zep,
GNR,Incubus,Korn,The Cure, Depeche Mode, Danzig, Misfits, Papa roach, LinkinPark,
Monaco, Balck Sabath, From Zero, Adema, System of a Down, Weezer, NYCHC, Tonic,
The Killers, The Strokes, The Rentals, SuperDrag, Switchfoot, Stained, Stabbing
Westward, Smashing Pumpkins, ShineDown, Slayer, Mathew Good, Buck Cherry, Jeff
Buckly, John Fruciante, Read Hot Chilly Guidos, At the Drive in.........plus
many more to come. (Still putting this all together) So as you can see we like A
LOT different music. Our goal is to be as original as we can and to write music
we feel makes us happy not necessarily to please everyone, but we want to some
how bring a piece of all we listen to and some how influence us to write what
feels best. :)

Members Of Band

Sean McKenna-Founder, Songwriter, Guitarist
Brent Gaylor Singer-Songwriter, Lyricist
Denise Torterelli-Bass Player
John Egan-Drums


Too much to Mention.