Circles premiere first track and reveal details of new album

Australian prog metal band CIRCLES are now streaming their first track from their upcoming album, ‘The Last One’ in the form of a video. The brand new record will be released on August 31st, 2018.

The track “Breaker” is currently being premiered by Prog Magazine here.

Guitarist Ted Furuhashi on the new single:

“Breaker” was one of those songs that we wrote in 2 quick sessions. It’s almost like 2 different songs. I had a certain vibe I wanted for the first half, so I started writing the drum beat and consciously made them spread across a 4 bar measure instead a 1 bar loop. I then matched them with the bass and rhythm guitars, then layered the chorus guitar in-between the accents. The second half of the song is a classic CIRCLES riff I guess. We’ve been playing it live for a while now and feels great, so we can’t wait to play it on our up coming tours with TESSERACT around Australia, and overseas in UK/EU with CALIGULA’S HORSE and I BUILT THE SKY later on in the year!”

CIRCLES have furthermore revealed the artwork for ‘The Last One’, which can be viewed together with the album details below.

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Track-list

01. Winter (04:12)

02. Breaker (03:50)

03. The Messenger (03:29)

04. Arrival (05:57)

05. Tether (03:15)

06. Resolution (03:34)

07. Dream Sequence (04:49)

08. Renegade (05:29)

09. Blueprints for a Great Escape (04:48)

. Alone With Ghosts (05:59)

Total playing time: 45:26

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On a related note, CIRCLES have previously announced a European tour with CALIGULA’S HORSE and I BUILT THE SKY in October and November 2018. See the full list of tour dates below.

CIRCLES European tour

07 Oct 18 Baarlo (NL) ProgPower Festival

08 Oct 18 Paris (FR) Backstage

09 Oct 18 Nantes (FR) Ferrailleur

11 Oct 18 Mungia (ES) Mungirock Aretoa

14 Oct 18 Madrid (ES) Nazca

15 Oct 18 Lisbon (PT) RCA Club

17 Oct 18 Aarau (CH) KiFF Foyer

18 Oct 18 Milan (IT) Legend Club

20 Oct 18 Kosice (SK) Collosseum

21 Oct 18 Budapest (HU) Dürer Kert

22 Oct 18 Zagreb (HR) KSET

23 Oct 18 Prague (CZ) Strahov 007

24 Oct 18 Berlin (DE) Musik & Frieden

25 Oct 18 Hamburg (DE) Headcrash

27 Oct 18 Gothenburg (SE) Fangelset

28 Oct 18 Oslo (NO) John Dee

29 Oct 18 Copenhagen (DK) BETA

30 Oct 18 Dusseldorf (DE) The Tube

01 Nov 18 London (UK) Boston Music Room

02 Nov 18 Glasgow (UK) Audio

04 Nov 18 Birmingham (UK) Mama Roux

05 Nov 18 Manchester (UK) Star And Garter

06 Nov 18 Bristol (UK) The Lanes

Australian tour dates with TESSERACT

11 Sep 18 Perth (AU) Capitol

13 Sep 18 Adelaide (AU) The Gov

14 Sep 18 Melbourne (AU) 170 Russell

15 Sep 18 Sydney (AU) Metro Theatre

16 Sep 18 Brisbane (AU) The Triffid

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From the same fertile soil that has sprung some of the most ground-breaking acts in metal, rises the Australian progressive powerhouse CIRCLES. Combining djent influences with extreme metal, stadium-like riffs and soaring vocals, the band has always strived to expand their sound, placing them in a class of their own.Formed in 2010 by Ted Furuhashi, David Hunter and Drew Patton, CIRCLES’ mission is to constantly break new ground and introduce fresh elements to heavy music and djent. As a result, the first two releases of the band, the EP ‘The Compass’ (2011) and the debut album ‘Infinitas’ (2013) are both undeniably catchy and heavy.

CIRCLES’ live performances have taken them to the stages of prestigious festivals and on tours alongside some of the world’s finest. Among them are the Euroblast Festival in Germany (2013) and Australia’s progressive music festival Progfest on two occasions (2012 and 2016). The four piece has toured Europe and Australia with renowned rock and metal acts such as THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, PERIPHERY, FEAR FACTORY, TWELVE FOOT NINJA and NE OBLIVISCARIS.

On the new record, named ‘The Last One’, the Australians once again deliver on the promise to seek the edges of what is common in their genre and leap over it. As soothing as some of the melodies and vocals on the new record may sound, the more unpredictable are the crushing riffs and grooves that follow. CIRCLES are the next step in the evolution in heavy music. Are you ready to take it?

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Line-up

Ben Rechter – Lead Vocals / Guitar

Ted Furuhashi – Guitar / Backing Vocals

David Hunter – Drums

Drew Patton – Bass Guitar / Screamed Vocals

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