Russian Circles - Gods of American Post-Metal

I used to publish music posts quite often, then I stopped, but exceptions happen.

Russian Circles is a post-rock and post-metal band from Chicago, Illinois. The trio was founded in 2004 by guitarists Mike Sullivan and Colin DeKuiper (later he was changed by Brian Cook) and drummer Dave Turncrantz. The name "Russian Circles" comes from a hockey training exercise, the band has nothing to do with the country of Russia.

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The very first album released in 2006 and called Enter brought to the band success and put the newcomers on a par with the veterans of the scene. A group of just three musicians (guitar, bass and drums) managed to achieve an amazingly dense sound. The next albums of Russian Circles strengthened success, raising the musicians higher and higher to the musical Olympus.
To date, the band has released seven albums.

2019 - Blood Year
2016 - Guidance
2013 - Memorial
2011 - Empros
2009 - Geneva
2008 - Station
2006 - Enter


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Enter (2006)

  1. Carpe
  2. Micah
  3. Death Rides A Horse
  4. Enter
  5. You Already Did
  6. New Macabre


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Station (2008)

  1. Campaign
  2. Harper Lewis
  3. Station
  4. Verses
  5. Youngblood
  6. Xavii


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Geneva (2009)

  1. Fathom
  2. Geneva
  3. Melee
  4. Hexed All
  5. Malko
  6. When The Mountain Comes To Muhammad
  7. Philos


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Empros (2011)

  1. 309
  2. Mladek
  3. Schiphol
  4. Atackla
  5. Batu
  6. Praise Be Man


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Memorial (2013)

  1. Memoriam
  2. Deficit
  3. 1777
  4. Cheyenne
  5. Burial
  6. Ethel
  7. Lebaron
  8. Memorial


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Guidance (2016)

  1. Asa
  2. Vorel
  3. Mota
  4. Afrika
  5. Overboard
  6. Calla
  7. Lisboa


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Blood Year (2019)

  1. Hunter Moon
  2. Arluck
  3. Milano
  4. Kohokia
  5. Ghost On High
  6. Sinaia
  7. Quartered


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Live in Belgium (2016)












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