CIRCLE II CIRCLE: Tour Dates Announced
CIRCLE II CIRCLE, the new band fronted by former SAVATAGE singer Zachary Stevens, have line up the following dates during the coming weeks:
May 10 - Largo, FL @ Green Parrot (w/ TRIP2GO)
May 16 - Tampa, FL @ Liar's Club (w/ SMACKHEAD)
Jun. 07 – Gelsenkirchen, GER @ Rock Hard Festival
Jun. 14 - Largo, FL @ Green Parrot
Jul. 31 – Wacken, GER @ Wacken Open Air
Aug. 01 – Zaandam, NETH @ De Kade
Aug. 02 – Pratteln, SWI @ Metal Dayz
Aug. 03 – Budapest, HUN @ Sziget Festival
Sep. 05-06 - Atlanta, GA @ ProgPower Festival
CIRCLE II CIRCLE's debut album, "Watching In Silence", has just been released in Europe through Germany's AFM Records. All compositions on the CD were written by Stevens and SAVATAGE mastermind Jon Oliva, with four exceptions, which were penned by Stevens and SAVATAGE guitarist Chris Caffery. In addition, the album features a duet between Zachary and Jon on a song called "Forgiven".
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