CALLENISH CIRCLE To Record 'My Passion // Your Pain' In January

Dutch melodic death metallers CALLENISH CIRCLE are tentatively set to enter Stage One studio in Bühne, Germany during January to record their fourth full-length album, entitled My Passion // Your Pain, for a late spring release through Metal Blade Records. The band will spend about four weeks in the studio tracking and mixing the album with producer Andy Classen, who had previously worked with the group on their Flesh-Power-Dominion CD (2002).

Among the titles set to appear on the album are the following:

01. Dwelling in Disdain
02. Soul Messiah
03. This Truculent Path
04. Once More
05. How My Passion Is Your Pain

My Passion // Your Pain will mark the recording debut with the band of new bassist Rene Rokx (former CHEMICAL BREATH guitarist), and will be "in the same vein as Flesh-Power-Dominion, but probably even more intense and more extreme, without losing the sense for catchy melodies and atmosphere," according to an official press release.


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