MIDNIGHT CIRCUS To Release New CD Via PERRIS RECORDS
Hard rockers MIDNIGHT CIRCUS, whose sound is being described as a mixture of VINCE NEIL, POISON and DOKKEN, will release their new album, "Money Shot", on March 22 via Perris Records.
Originally established in 1992, the band’s current line-up came into existence in 2001. Founding member and vocalist Rob Howl has fronted some very impressive acts, from the now-infamous NAKED ZOO to Houston, Texas's FEARLESS LEADER. Accomplished bassist and one half of the incredibly talented rhythm section, Alan Rogers hails from Keflavic, Iceland. Alan was a working musician before joining MIDNIGHT CIRCUS, but CIRCUS has been the band that put him on the map. CIRCUS guitarist, engineer and producer Gregg Gill grew up in Denver, Colorado and has some extremely impressive and notable notches on his belt with Molten Metal recording artists Z-LOT-Z and Massacre Records' DISTANT THUNDER. Hattiesburg, Mississippi native Rick Ward has been behind the drums in ONYXX (Austin, TX) and also shared the stage with Gregg in DISTANT THUNDER. Rick currently pounds the skins for the progressive rock band AZRAEL'S BANE (DRP Management).
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