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CIRCLES // CD DISCOGRAPHY BUNDLE
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Fan Reviews

Michael
January 28th 2019
Very impressive
Melbourne, Australia@
The Croxton Bandroom
Ashley
June 20th 2014
Circles always put on the best show.
St. Kilda, Australia@
The Espy Hotel
Rick
November 8th 2013
Massive sound.
Sydney, Australia@
The Bald Faced Stag
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About Circles

Melbourne prog/alt metal giants Circles announce their momentous return, with the highly anticipated release of new single Sleepwalking, out July 13, 2022 via Wild Thing Records. In the midst of being in the longest locked down city in the world, the group found solace in writing the next chapter of the Circles story, which commences now with the release of Sleepwalking.

Sleepwalking gets straight to the point in showcasing how the band are evolving their sound and songwriting, whilst demonstrating familiar elements that have attracted a loyal fanbase over their extensive career. The new single was produced by Circles’ own Ted Furuhashi, music video directed by the band’s David Hunter, with the track mastered by Luke Cincotta (Karnivool - Asymmetry). Circles’ textured approach to alt/prog/metal soars on Sleepwalking with their artful and sensitive exploration to songwriting. Whether they’re marching through angular heavy riffs, tip-toeing across delicate electronics, or bobbing in subtle clean waves, the band takes you on an unforgettable journey that demands attention.

Circles’ sophomore record The Last One (2018), an album of tremendous power via Wild Thing Records/Season Of Mist, was the group’s debut with front-man Ben Rechter, whose lush dynamic voice became a signature of Circles’ ever expanding sound. With guitarist Rechter assuming the role of lead vocalist and fellow band members Furuhashi (guitar/backing vocals), Hunter (drums), and Drew Patton (bass guitar/screamed vocals) providing a maelstrom of musical brutality, The Last One was incredibly well received worldwide. The release landed the chart positions of #3 AIR Independent Albums and #47 ARIA Digital Albums, while reaching close to 3 million Spotify streams worldwide, and a No.4 spot on the TheMusic’s Album of The Year (2018 Writers Poll).

Circles’ tour-de-force live show has taken them across Australia, Europe, and the UK, complemented by festivals such as Euroblast, Prog Power, and Progfest, and a touring history with some of the who’s who of international progressive/alternative heavy music; The Dillinger Escape Plan, Opeth, Fear Factory, Periphery, TesseracT, and Twelve Foot Ninja, to name a few.

Formed in 2010, Circles have constantly been at the forefront of progressive heavy music, with their musical foundations becoming a strong component of the worldwide djent movement. Earlier releases from UK’s Basick Records, 2011’s EP The Compass and 2013’s Infinitas, garnered unanimously positive reaction from fans and critics across the globe.
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Genres:
Prog-rock, Progressive Band, Progressive Metal, Progressive Alternative
Band Members:
Ben Rechter - Lead Vocals Guitars, Dave Hunter - Drums, Drew Patton - Bass Vocals, Ted Furuhashi - Guitars
Hometown:
Melbourne, Australia

No upcoming shows
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Official Merch

CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$16.95 AUD
CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$29.95 AUD
CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$34.95 AUD
CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$34.95 AUD
CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$34.95 AUD
CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$34.95 AUD
CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$34.95 AUD
CIRCLES // CD DISCOGRAPHY BUNDLE
$44.95 AUD
CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$49.95 AUD
CIRCLES // THE STORIES WE ARE AFRAID ...
$49.95 AUD

Fan Reviews

Michael
January 28th 2019
Very impressive
Melbourne, Australia@
The Croxton Bandroom
Ashley
June 20th 2014
Circles always put on the best show.
St. Kilda, Australia@
The Espy Hotel
Rick
November 8th 2013
Massive sound.
Sydney, Australia@
The Bald Faced Stag
View More Fan Reviews

About Circles

Melbourne prog/alt metal giants Circles announce their momentous return, with the highly anticipated release of new single Sleepwalking, out July 13, 2022 via Wild Thing Records. In the midst of being in the longest locked down city in the world, the group found solace in writing the next chapter of the Circles story, which commences now with the release of Sleepwalking.

Sleepwalking gets straight to the point in showcasing how the band are evolving their sound and songwriting, whilst demonstrating familiar elements that have attracted a loyal fanbase over their extensive career. The new single was produced by Circles’ own Ted Furuhashi, music video directed by the band’s David Hunter, with the track mastered by Luke Cincotta (Karnivool - Asymmetry). Circles’ textured approach to alt/prog/metal soars on Sleepwalking with their artful and sensitive exploration to songwriting. Whether they’re marching through angular heavy riffs, tip-toeing across delicate electronics, or bobbing in subtle clean waves, the band takes you on an unforgettable journey that demands attention.

Circles’ sophomore record The Last One (2018), an album of tremendous power via Wild Thing Records/Season Of Mist, was the group’s debut with front-man Ben Rechter, whose lush dynamic voice became a signature of Circles’ ever expanding sound. With guitarist Rechter assuming the role of lead vocalist and fellow band members Furuhashi (guitar/backing vocals), Hunter (drums), and Drew Patton (bass guitar/screamed vocals) providing a maelstrom of musical brutality, The Last One was incredibly well received worldwide. The release landed the chart positions of #3 AIR Independent Albums and #47 ARIA Digital Albums, while reaching close to 3 million Spotify streams worldwide, and a No.4 spot on the TheMusic’s Album of The Year (2018 Writers Poll).

Circles’ tour-de-force live show has taken them across Australia, Europe, and the UK, complemented by festivals such as Euroblast, Prog Power, and Progfest, and a touring history with some of the who’s who of international progressive/alternative heavy music; The Dillinger Escape Plan, Opeth, Fear Factory, Periphery, TesseracT, and Twelve Foot Ninja, to name a few.

Formed in 2010, Circles have constantly been at the forefront of progressive heavy music, with their musical foundations becoming a strong component of the worldwide djent movement. Earlier releases from UK’s Basick Records, 2011’s EP The Compass and 2013’s Infinitas, garnered unanimously positive reaction from fans and critics across the globe.
Show More
Genres:
Prog-rock, Progressive Band, Progressive Metal, Progressive Alternative
Band Members:
Ben Rechter - Lead Vocals Guitars, Dave Hunter - Drums, Drew Patton - Bass Vocals, Ted Furuhashi - Guitars
Hometown:
Melbourne, Australia

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