Chicago's epic three-piece Russian Circles have been frazzling my mind like rain water on a circuit board for three years now, ever since the release of their debut album 'Enter'. Balancing between what the band call "doom and violence" and "solace and redemption", their music is powerful, post-rocky stuff that's not afraid to go a bit metal every now and then.
Their latest, 'Geneva', is thankfully no real departure from the template, aside from the increased participation of that Locust-y throaty guitar sound in places.
Download Russian Circles' Malko here
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'Geneva', which is produced by Secret Machines' Brandon Curtis, is out Oct 20th.
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