CIRCLE II CIRCLE - New Seasons Will Fall Track Streaming At BraveWords

January 25, 2013, 2 years ago

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Armoury will release Seasons Will Fall, the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band CIRCLE II CIRCLE, which marks the full-time return of former SAVATAGE lead singer Zak Stevens to the heavy metal scene, on January 29th. BraveWords is streaming the new song 'Killing Death' below: here
Seasons Will Fall features the following tracks: 'Diamond Blade' 'Without A Sound' 'Killing Death' 'Epiphany' 'End Of Emotion' 'Dreams That Never Die' 'Seasons Will Fall' 'Never Gonna Stop' 'Isolation' 'Sweet Despair' 'Downshot' 'Only Yesterday' has audio samples of the entire album streaming at this location. Formed in 2001 Circle II Circle has released five albums up to date, always progressing into newer and more powerful sounds. CIIC always reinvented itself throughout the years, constantly maintaining the signature sound that fans around the world love. The turning point for CIIC came in 2012 with their monumental performance of the entire Savatage album The Wake Of Magellan at the world’s largest heavy metal festival Wacken Open Air in Germany. What followed was a sold-out European club tour. A full European tour is to follow in 2013. Seasons Will Fall is CIIC’s strongest album to date from both a musical and production standpoint. It blends Zak Stevens’ history and unique “Savatage style” with the fresh sounds he developed with CIIC. A powerful fusion of metal mixed with hard rock, fueled by Zak Stevens’ passionate melodic rock vocals. From the howling guitar riffs on 'Diamond Blade' and 'Killing Death' to the energetic sound of 'Never Gonna Stop', the album contains everything you want from a heavy rock album.
Circle II Circle is: Zak Stevens – vocals Mitch Stewart - bass/vocals Bill Hudson - guitars/vocals Christian Wentz - guitars/vocals Henning Wanner - keyboards/vocals Adam Sagan – drums More on the band at this location.

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