CALLENISH CIRCLE Frontman To Guest On New ENGINE OF PAIN Album
Vocalist Patrick Savelkoul of the Dutch melodic death metallers CALLENISH CIRCLE recorded a guest appearance on the new album from fellow Dutch thrashers ENGINE OF PAIN on Tuesday (March 28). Other guest musicians on the album include Dennis Schreurs (SEVERE TORTURE), Sander Gommans (AFTER FOREVER) and Joost van den Broek (AFTER FOREVER, STAR ONE). The CD, entitled "I Am Your Enemy", is scheduled for release later on this year.
For more information on ENGINE OF PAIN, click here.
CALLENISH CIRCLE's latest album, "[Pitch.Black.Effects]", was released in the U.S. in January via Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2003's "My Passion // Your Pain" was recorded at aRe U Recordings in Holland under the supervision of producer Gail Liebling (mastermind behind GAIL OF GOD). The final mix was done at Antfarm Studio in Denmark with Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, ILLDISPOSED, MNEMIC). Mastering duties were handled once again by Peter Neuber at Mega Wimp Sound in Germany. Last but not least, the complete artwork was created by Danish artist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie of Cadaverman Media.
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