CIRCLE II CIRCLE — the band led by ex-SAVATAGE singer Zak Stevens — has posted a lengthy recap of its recently completed European headlining tour. Check it out at the group's MySpace blog.
Kostas Kyriakakis, Helena Mihailidou and Jim Hatzimoisis of Metalzone.gr conducted an interview with Zak Stevens last month when CIRCLE II CIRCLE made a stop in Athens, Greece during the band's European tour. During the chat, Stevens spoke about the possibility of a SAVATAGE reunion tour, the upcoming CIRCLE II CIRCLE album (which will probably surface early 2010), and the CIRCLE II CIRCLE DVD, which will include footage from the group's 2009 tour.
Watch the interview below.
CIRCLE II CIRCLE's fourth album, "Delusions of Grandeur", was released in June 2008 via Locomotive Records.
Stevens joined SAVATAGE in the early '90s for "Edge of Thorns" and contributed mightily to the Florida band's "Dead Winter Dead", "Handful of Rain" and "The Wake of Megellan" albums. Shortly before the "Poets & Madmen" LP in 2001, Stevens left amicably to form CIRCLE II CIRCLE and spend more time with his family. CIIC's 2003 release, "Watching In Silence", featured SAVATAGE mastermind Jon Oliva co-writing most of the material.
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