Russian Circles reveal album deets

2011-08-18 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 43 Comments
Chicago post-rock trio Russian Circles will release their fourth album, Empros, on October 25.

The album was produced by Brandon Curtis, who manned the decks for Russian Circle the group's 2009 release, Geneva.

Tracklist:

1. 39
2. Mladek
3. Schipol
4. Atackla
5. Batu
6. Praise Be Man


The group have also announced details of the a tour of Australia and New Zealand in September.

Tour Itinerary:

09/07 Melbourne @ East Brunswick Club
09/08 Melbourne @ The Corner Hotel
09/09 Canberra @ ANU Refectory
09/10 Brisbane @ The Zoo
09/11 Sydney @ Hermann's Bar
09/13 Auckland, NZ @ The King's Arm (w/ JAKOB)
09/14 Auckland, NZ @ Whammy Bar
09/15 Wellington, NZ @ San Francisco Bath House (w/ JAKOB)
09/16 Melbourrne @ The Palace (w/ Monster Magnet)
09/17 Perth @ The Bakery
09/18 Adelaide @ Fowlers Live

Tagged: Russian Circles

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bnelso55
August 18th 2011
628 Comments


Excited for this. It should be good.

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DoubtGin
August 18th 2011
6773 Comments


band rules, this will rule

HenchmanOfSanta
August 18th 2011
1956 Comments


Sweet news.

PistolPete
August 18th 2011
3787 Comments


better be the same producer...

Miketheband
August 18th 2011
36 Comments


Super wicked awesome.

Aids
August 18th 2011
24184 Comments


haha "deets"

Antipunk
August 18th 2011
324 Comments


Dope.

wyankeif1337
August 18th 2011
6739 Comments


i am so pumped for this.

Josh D.
August 18th 2011
13977 Comments


YEAH!

bailar14
August 18th 2011
1603 Comments


deets

eternium
August 18th 2011
16352 Comments


Sweet. I hold this band to pretty high standards.

InFiction
August 18th 2011
3796 Comments


09/08 Melbourne @ The Corner Hotel

I'll be there! Should be sick!

jayfatha
August 18th 2011
2882 Comments


I saw this and just had to say "deets" out loud

psykonaut
August 18th 2011
3913 Comments


coool. this should be good

cb123
August 18th 2011
2109 Comments


awesome, will be checkin this out

Aspenshadow
August 18th 2011
316 Comments


haha "deets" [2]

I need to give this band a listen.

Ruminations
August 19th 2011
132 Comments


wooooooooooo

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 19th 2011
32090 Comments


I'll be at San Fran, haven't seen Jakob in ages

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 19th 2011
32090 Comments


09/15 Wellington, NZ @ San Francisco Bath House (w/ JAKOB)


UnderJOath
August 19th 2011
77 Comments


So much Sputnik love. Deserving.

Benwx
August 19th 2011
127 Comments


Hell yes. I shall be at the Sydney gig! PUMPED!

ColdGobra
August 19th 2011
57 Comments


Oh man, more of the same. This band failed to evolve one bit.

hellpickle
August 19th 2011
124 Comments


haha "deets" [3]

TomAkaVeto
August 19th 2011
1756 Comments


Awesome! One of my favorite bands.

SladetoBlack
August 19th 2011
152 Comments


Hell yes. Geneva was awesome.

Acrosstheshield13
August 19th 2011
796 Comments


its about time. def. lookin' forward to this.

Goatlord
August 19th 2011
405 Comments


Sweet.

eggsvonsatan
August 19th 2011
1087 Comments


I liked a few tracks on Enter, and these guys are great live, but I just never have the desire to listen to them.

porch
August 19th 2011
8460 Comments


fuck yeah boring music

Faint7
August 19th 2011
252 Comments


fuck yeah awesome music

flaffy
August 19th 2011
159 Comments


new russian circles is always good news

YetAnotherBrick
August 20th 2011
5205 Comments


2011 has been a pretty awesome year for music so far, but for post-rock especially. Maybeshewill, sleepmakeswaves, *shels, And So I Watch You From Afar, Vessels, Hungry For Hands, Mogwai, EITS, and now Russian Circles? Damn. Awesome.

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SwayzeFaced
August 21st 2011
349 Comments


to count as a full length now a days i was to believe you needed 9 songs.

hellpickle
August 21st 2011
124 Comments


2011 has been a pretty awesome year for music so far, but for post-rock especially. Maybeshewill, sleepmakeswaves, *shels, And So I Watch You From Afar, Vessels, Hungry For Hands, Mogwai, EITS, and now Russian Circles? Damn. Awesome.


EITS, Mogwai and Maybeshewill were disappointing.

G3N3R1C
August 21st 2011
1945 Comments


geneva was incredibly meh.

i'll pass.

Obfuscation24
August 21st 2011
3939 Comments


russian circles jerk

Aaron
August 21st 2011
657 Comments


Gonna shelve an e at the Sydney gig. Come find me for a cuddle there.

cb123
August 23rd 2011
2109 Comments


"to count as a full length now a days i was to believe you needed 9 songs."

Retarded

qwe3
August 23rd 2011
21383 Comments


deets

qwe3
August 23rd 2011
21383 Comments


only ever heard ppl from the blue mountains and canberra say that

cb123
August 23rd 2011
2109 Comments


haha yeah they r so cool n all

North0House2
August 24th 2011
5920 Comments


beets

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Apollo
August 24th 2011
10392 Comments


sick



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