The Color of Cyan Active

Ambient
Neoclassical
Post-Rock

Chicago, Illinois

The Color of Cyan creates emotive instrumental music, seamlessly merging cinematic post-rock, moving orchestral arrangements, ambient, jazz, and metal. The original iteration of the band was formed in 2000 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, inspired by bands like Sigur-Ros, God Speed You Black Emperor, Tool, and contemporary Classical composers like Arvo Part and Max Richter. During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the project reemerged solely instrumental, with intricate soundscapes and aggressive guitars. Soon after, the band started writing their first full-length album, "Agape," which was recorded between Puerto Rico, Chicago, California, and Mexico City. The album was mixed by Greg Norman at Electrical Audio and mastered by Bob Weston, both in Chicago, Illinois. Members: Eduardo Cintron (Guitars), Henry Cole (Drums), Jorge Santana (Bass), Rene Torres (Violin)

Releases:

Agape Album

Released on December 01, 2021