CIRCLE II CIRCLE Frontman Talks Next Album, Upcoming WACKEN OPEN AIR Appearance (Audio)
Mark Uricheck of The Musician's Voice recently conducted an interview with CIRCLE II CIRCLE/ex-SAVATAGE singer Zak Stevens. During the 20-minute chat, Zak spoke about CIRCLE II CIRCLE's upcoming album; the band's appearance at next year's Wacken Open Air festival (where they will perform SAVATAGE's "The Wake Of Magellan" LP in its entirety with the help of SAVATAGE guitarist Chris Caffery); his experience recording "The Wake Of Magellan"; his tenure as the frontman of SAVATAGE; and the recent MACHINES OF GRACE CD. You can now listen to the interview using the audio player below.
CIRCLE II CIRCLE recently parted ways with guitarist Rollie Feldmann and drummer Johnny Osborn and replaced them with Andy Lee and Jayson Moore, respectively.
CIRCLE II CIRCLE is:
Zak Stevens - vocals'
Mitch Stewart - bass/vocals
Andy Lee - guitars/vocals
Jayson Moore - drums
CIRCLE II CIRCLE's new album, "Seasons Will Fall", will be released in the spring/summer 2012. 12 songs were written for the CD, with all of the bass and drum tracks having already been completed.
CIRCLE II CIRCLE released its fifth album, entitled "Consequence Of Power", in September 2010 via AFM Records.
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