THE TENTH CIRCLE Complete Work On Debut Album

THE TENTH CIRCLE (formerly CIRRHOSIS), the new band featuring vocalist Ross Whitecavage (formerly of Thorp Records recording artists HOW IT ENDS) and extreme metal drummer Tim Yeung (HATE ETERNAL, VITAL REMAINS, HANK WILLIAMS III), have finished mastering their full-length debut, entitled "Of War and Reflection".

"Of War and Reflection" was recorded at Trax East Studios in New Jersey with the help of seasoned engineer/producer Eric Rachel (ATREYU, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, EVERY TIME I DIE) and was mixed at Big Blue Meenie Studios by Erin Farley (ALL OUT WAR, SICK OF IT ALL, OVERKILL, M.O.D.) and mix-frame supervisor Tim Gilles. A pre-release edition is soon to be distributed among industry, with a full-release set for late summer 2005.

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