Dutch melodic death metallers CALLENISH CIRCLE have reportedly been added to the forthcoming No Mercy/Easter Festivals 2003 European tour, which is also scheduled to include appearances by TESTAMENT, MARDUK, PRO-PAIN, NUCLEAR ASSAULT, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER, MALEVOLENT CREATION, GRAVEWORM, and ARKHON INFAUSTUS. Another as-yet-undisclosed co-headlining act will reportedly be added to the bill. MORBID ANGEL were previouly rumored to be part of the package, but it is now unclear if they will be able to participate.As first reported here yesterday, No Mercy Festivals will tentatively kick off on April 8th in London, England and will run for approximately two weeks. CALLENISH CIRCLE are tentatively set to enter Stage One studio in Bühne, Germany during January to record their fourth full-length album for a late spring release through Metal Blade Records. As yet untitled, the upcoming CD will mark the recording debut with the band of new bassist Rene Rokx (former CHEMICAL BREATH guitarist), who replaced Roland Schuschke in June.
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