SAVAGE CIRCUS Rejoined By Ex-BLIND GUARDIAN Drummer THOMEN STAUCH

SAVAGE CIRCUS, the multinational project featuring Jens Karlsson (vocals; PERSUADER) and Emil Norberg (lead guitar; PERSUADER), has issued the following update:

“After quite a while of silence from SAVAGE CIRCUS, we’re again ready to drop some news your way.

“Some of you might have thought 2009’s ‘Of Doom And Death’ was the last thing you’d hear from this band but this is simply not the case.

“After some structural changes in the band, we are ready with a new lineup and we are at the moment in the midst of writing new material for the third album wich should be due at the end of this year.

“Anyway, I suppose you are curious about the new lineup, so here goes.

Jens Carlsson – Vocals
Emil Norberg – Guitar
Mi Shuren – Keyboards
Thorsten ‘Toto’ Hein – Guitar

“And finally on mighty drumming Mr. Thomen Stauch [ex-BLIND GUARDIAN]!

“Yeah, that’s right, he’s back!

“As written, new stuff is being written as we speak and we should be able to let you guys hear some clips in some months from now and we’ll try to keep you updated along the way as we make progress on the new, for-now-untitled album.”

IRON SAVIOR mainman Piet Sielck left SAVAGE CIRCUS last year. He explained in a statement, “I am proud of what has been achieved, but I just cannot imagine myself doing songwriting and production more or less completely alone for a third time. This has drained too much energy in the past, which was needed in more important spots. I am not willing to make such a sacrifice again.”

SAVAGE CIRCUS‘s second album, “Of Doom And Death”, was released in October 2009 via Dockyard 1 Records.

SAVAGE CIRCUS fired Thomen Stauch in August 2007 due to personal differences.

The band released a DVD, entitled “Live in Atlanta”, through Dockyard 1. The live footage was filmed in 2006 at the ProgPower USA VII festival in Atlanta, GA.

SAVAGE CIRCUS issued its debut album, “Dreamland Manor”, in North America in March 2006 via Century Media Records. The North American version of the CD, which was released in Europe in August 2005, includes the “Evil Eyes” video.

 

 

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