CIRCLE II CIRCLE Frontman Interviewed By METAL ASSAULT (Audio)
On December 8, Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with CIRCLE II CIRCLE/ex-SAVATAGE frontman Zak Stevens. You can now listen to the chat below.
CIRCLE II CIRCLE released its fifth album, "Consequence Of Power", on September 24 via AFM Records. The second concept effort for the band was recorded at Sweet Spot Studios and was described in a press release as "a melodic power metal album catering to all fans from the old SAVATAGE era to all CIRCLE II CIRCLE European fans and breaking new ground for an all new fan base in America."
CIRCLE II CIRCLE's current lineup consists of Zak Stevens (vocals), Andy Lee (guitar), Mitch Stewart (bass/keyboards) and new drummer Johnny Osborn, formerly of DR. BUTCHER.
Quality fan-filmed video footage of CIRCLE II CIRCLE's November 11, 2010 concert in Akron, Ohio can be viewed below (courtesy of Vidz-R-Us).
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