"Gyroscope" is a post-grunge rock band from Perth, Western Australia.
Gyroscope started as Gyroscope Sunday in Perth in 1997 with Daniel Sanders on guitar/vocals, Zoran Trivic on guitar/vocals, Brad Campbell on bass/vocals and Rob Nassif on drums. They recorded their first demo cassette in 1998 and took up playing regularly on the Perth live circuit whilst also finding time for work and school commitments.
The band soon earned support slots for Unwritten Law, Millencolin, Toe to Toe, Reel Big Fish, 28 Days, The Living End and Jebediah. Two more independent EPs, ''Scalectrix'' and ''Means To An End'' were recorded in 2000, of which only the former saw a CD release. Both EPs were eventually released together on cassette in April 2001 (in four different covers) under the title ''Injuring Yourself Whilst Making Music''. The cassette has long since been out of print.
Later that year, the band went on hiatus after Rob Nassif went to spend six months studying in Canada. On his return, Gyroscope signed a deal with Redline Records owned by fellow Perth rockers Jebediah and supported that band on an Australian tour. The band's first release for Redline was the ''Take Time'...
|years active||1997 – present|
|origin||Perth, Western Australia|
|current members||Daniel Sanders (musician)|