CALLENISH CIRCLE: Early Recordings To Be Reissued

Dutch melodic death metallers CALLENISH CIRCLE will have their complete pre-Metal Blade Records history reissued on a two-CD set through Karmageddon Media. Entitled "Forbidden Empathy", the collection will feature brand-new artwork by Swedish art-wizard Niklas Sundin at Cabin Fever Media (IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY, DARK TRANQUILLITY). All recordings were digitally remastered by Berthus Westerhuis at Franky's Recording Kitchen in Holland. A September 20 release is expected.

Commented the band: "Good news... CALLENISH CIRCLE celebrates its 12th birthday soon and since most fans only know us from our two recent albums ('Flesh_Power_Dominion' and 'My Passion//Your Pain', both released on Metal Blade Records), we thought the time was finally there to collect all our ancient material and re-release it as 2-CD on a decent record label with a proper distribution network. The two-CD will be sold for a fan-friendly price of a regular CD, so everybody who's interested in our musical history can get all our previous recordings at once for a fair price. Furthermore we are working on new material and our new (5th) studio album is to be expected in 2005 on Metal Blade Records again."

"Forbidden Empathy" track listing:

Disc One:

"Graceful... Yet Forbidding" album (1999)

01. No Reason
02. Forgotten
03. Inner Battle (intro)
04. Beyond
05. Broken
06. Oppressed Natives
07. Silent Tears
08. Passionate Dance (intro)
09. Caught by Deceit
10. Shadows of the Past

"Escape" EP (1998)

11. Silent Tears
12. Escape
13. Broken
14. Mirror of Serenity

Disc Two:

"Drift of Empathy" album (1996)

01. Inner Sense
02. Mental Affection
03. Slough of Despond
04. Solitude
05. Last Words
06. The Dreamers Path
07. Disguised Ignorance
08. Where the Moon meets the Sea
09. Scars

"Lovelorn" demo (1995)

10. Slough of Despond
11. Disguised Ignorance
12. Lovelorn
13. Shadows
14. The Dreamers Path *

* taken from the "And the Ravens Left the Tower" compilation (1996)

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