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Battle Circus enter the studio to record debut album, launch new blog site
Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 10:38 am
Auckland band Battle Circus have entered the studio to record what
will become their debut album, following 2007's acclaimed 'Half-Light
Symphony' EP.

Working once again with Auckland producer David Holmes (Jakob,
Gramsci, Decortica), the band have commandeered a remote beach house
just outside of Raglan for several weeks, to record a body of songs
written and performed throughout the last six years.

While no release date has been set as yet, fans can expect a raft of
new material previously unreleased and unperformed by the band, and in
the meantime can follow the band's progress from the new blog site
recently launched at battlecircus.com.

The new site boasts regular updates, news, photos and videos direct
from the band as they craft the upcoming album amidst the lush coastal
countryside of the Waikato's west coast.

Visit www.battlecircus.com for more.
 

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Battle Circus to tour America, Germany and Australia
Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 3:26 pm
Auckland rockers Battle Circus are elated to welcome Tory "Jester" Staples as the band's new drummer. Jester has an extensive history backing some of New Zealand's best musicians.

The timing couldn't have been better for Battle Circus as they have a slew of international plans in the making. The dramatic four-piece rock band will make the foray over the Tasman in early October for their first Australian gigs since February's Fuse Festival. "We always love coming back to Australia, and as we start to branch out farther it's beginning to feel more and more like our backyard," says lead singer and guitarist Marcel Bellve.

Battle Circus will leave Oz to support the legendary Amanda Palmer in her first solo tour of Germany since The Dresden Dolls went on hiatus. "Supporting an amazingly creative artist such as Amanda is a dream
come true for us," glowed Yvonne Wu, pianist. "It is going to be quite an experience sharing a stage with her."

Rounding out the international experience, Battle Circus will make their United States premiere as they represent New Zealand at the celebrated CMJ Music Marathon. Performances at CMJ have led to global domination by many independent artists. Here, Battle Circus will be showcasing for the international music industry at one of New York City's coolest venues.

This international incursion is being led by Battle Circus's new international representation by American artist management company The Underground Management. Maryelizabeth Carter, founder and owner of The Underground Management states, "Battle Circus is a rare blend of incredible musicianship and brilliant personalities. We are looking forward to building international awareness for a group that swells with talent."

Battle Circus's debut release, 'The Half-Light Symphony', was released
in New Zealand at the end of 2007.

The group will be touring throughout October.

October 3 - Sydney, Australia - Headliner
October 8 - Melbourne, Australia - Headliner
October 12 - Berlin, Germany - Amanda Palmer
October 13 - Dresden, Germany - Amanda Palmer
October 14 - Heidelberg, Germany - Amanda Palmer
October 21-25 - New York, United States - CMJ Music Marathon

For more on BATTLE CIRCUS visit www.battlecircus.com
 

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