CIRCUS OF POWER Debut To Be Reissued

Late '80s/early '90s hard rock band CIRCUS OF POWER will have its classic 1988 self-titled debut album reissued through Rock Candy Records. The LP, which was originally issued through RCA Records, will be remastered and will include a 14-page booklet as well as a 4,000-word essay about the band.

A tribute album to CIRCUS OF POWER entitled "Working For The Machine" was recently made available via the band's official web site,

In 2006, CIRCUS OF POWER played two 20th anniversary shows — the first in Austin, Texas at Elysium on June 3 during the Republic of Texas Biker Rally, and the second in New York City at Don Hill's on September 27. The NYC performance included Queen Vixen and Honey 1Percenter from CYCLE SLUTS FROM HELL on backing vocals, with Daniel Rey (RAMONES) and Phil Caivano (MONSTER MAGNET) as guest performers. It was CIRCUS OF POWER's first New York performance in 12 years.

CIRCUS OF POWER live in New York City - September 2006:


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