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A complete masterpiece

An absolutely inspiring record. If you write this is the muse you could be waiting for. Dreamy at points. Driving at others. Easily the score for your thoughts.

The Long Awaited Album

This album doesn't really compare to Stations or Enter in the wow factor. Geneva, although still strong in the drum department, is lacking some what on the guitar; missing the interesting tap squences and chunky progressions. Despite the lack of much unique guitar work in the album Russian threw in a new asspect of big bass lines, violin, chelo, and piano, which is an interesting new sound to their music. As a whole the album is a lot more lax and marture, and not as fast pace and hard hitting as the other albums. All in all buy the whole album, because its great, but songs from least favorite to best are Philos, When the Mountain Come to Muhammad, Hexed All, Geneva, Fathom, Melee, Malko.

Great job Russian Circles on another awesome album!

Russian Circles certainly does not disappoint with this new album. Their style is slightly changed, with bigger bass lines, similar, and other added aspects, however, they are still the same great band at heart. Awesome album to sit down and listen to all the way through. Every track is easy to listen to start to finish.

Also, if you enjoy this band, I would also highly recommend checking out Pelican as well.


Formed: 2004 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chicago-based instrumental post-rock/metal trio Russian Circles create a complex clamor of sprawling guitars, propulsive drumming, and heavy basslines. They were founded in late 2004 by guitarist Mike Sullivan and bassist Colin DeKuiper, with drummer Dave Turncrantz joining soon afterwards. Prior to Russian Circles, Sullivan and DeKuiper were members of the eclectic instrumental act Dakota/Dakota, while Turncrantz produced an emo-punk ruckus with Riddle of Steel. In 2005, Russian Circles self-released...
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