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Russian Circles Announce NZ Shows

Russian Circles Announce NZ Shows

Thursday, 14th July 2011 3:32PM

It's a good day for post-rockers as a second instrumental outfit has been announced to play New Zealand.  Chicago's Russian Circles will play both Auckland and Wellington in September supported on both dates by Jakob who'll be playing new material from their long promised new album.

Tuesday 13th September - The Kings Arms, Auckland (also with Arc of Ascent)
Thursday 15th September - San Francisco Bath House, Wellington

Tickets for both shows on sale now from here at Undertheradar and in store at Real Groovy in Auckland and Slow Boat in Wellington.

Here is a video for "Death Rides A Horse" from their debut album Enter released in 2006.

Press Release:

Hailing from the windy City of Chicago, RUSSIAN CIRCLES have been making their mark on the international underground since 2004, as described on their Wiki page, Russian Circles play instrumental, sprawling music which runs the gamut of heavy discordant metal, to sot delicate passages.

Starting with their self tiled, self released, debut EP in 2004, Russian Circles gave gone onto critical acclaim by recording numerous singles and split releases, not to mention three monumental full length albums, with a fourth due in October. They’ve shared the road and befriended with every like-minded band you know and love, most notable Boris, whom they’re currently co-headlining a Europe tour with. They’ve even made their mark on the Billboard charts, with their most recent album ‘Geneva’ entering at 24.

Russian Circles feature Mike Sullivan on guitar, Dave Turncrantz on drums and Seattle based bassist Brian Cook, Brian was previously with seminal hardcore legends ‘BOTCH’ and ‘These Arms and Snakes’.

Ladies and gentlemen, Heathen Skulls are proud to present Chicago’s RUSSIAN CIRCLES, for the first time, on Australian soil. They tour nationally this September! Please see below for ticketing and show details.



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Why did it change?!
Posted by SAdness - anonymous 6 months ago

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I aint going to be home in time!
What the f**k.
I cry, deeply
Posted by Sadness - anonymous 6 months ago

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ah wait, year old, im a fool

Posted by Name - anonymous 2 years ago

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as far as i'm aware it aint their first time in australia dudes. f**kin great band tho, saw them open for tool in 2007, blistering live performance :) roll on september
Posted by chris - anonymous 2 years ago



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