CALLENISH CIRCLE: Drummer GAVIN HARTE Back In The Fold
Due to "personal circumstances" CALLENISH CIRCLE session drummer Spike will not be able to join the band for their four gigs supporting DISMEMBER in September. "Instead [regular drummer Gavin Harte] will take over his duties behind the drumkit again, so everything's back to normal and we can steam ahead with full force," the group write on their web site.
CALLENISH CIRCLE's gigs with DISMEMBER will be the group's last before the group enter the studio to record their next album, tentatively due next spring/summer through Metal Blade Records.
CALLENISH CIRCLE w/ DISMEMBER, OCCULT, HEARSE:
Sep. 16 - P60 – Amstelveen, NETH
Sep. 17 - Vera – Groningen, NETH
Sep. 18 - Biebob – Vosselaar, BEL
Sep. 19 - 013 – Tilburg, NETH
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