#songoftheday = Circus Maximus – “Remember”

Circus Maximus’ “Remember” — from their forthcoming new album Havoc — is one of the best blends of modern rock and old school metal I’ve ever heard.  Just dig the super modern guitars of the verses and chorus then cheer on the old school metal solo; fantastic!  Here’s one that can be played on both contemporary rock radio and traditional metal stations, which doesn’t happen very often.  Hell, they could even play this one on prog rock radio and it would still be fitting.  Talk about a perfect genre-bender.  And did I mention that it’s ultra-fucking-catchy?

Havoc will be released on March 18, 2016 via Frontiers Music SRL.


Here’s the tracklist:

Havoc Track Listing Deluxe Edition:
Disc 1:
1. The Weight
2. Highest Bitter
3. Havoc
4. Pages
5. Flames
6. Loved Ones
7. After The Fire
8. Remember
9. Chivalry
10. Loath (Bonus Track)
Disc 2 (Live: 2012 Japan):
1. Forging
2. Namaste
3. The One
4. Arrival of Love
5. Abyss
6. Alive
7. Game of Life
8. Last Goodbye
Havoc Track Listing Standard Edition:
1. The Weight
2. Highest Bitter
3. Havoc
4. Pages
5. Flames
6. Loved Ones
7. After The Fire
8. Remember
9. Chivalry
Michael Eriksen – Voice
Mats Haugen – Guitars, backing vox and programming
Truls Haugen – Drums,backing vox and percussion
Lasse Finbråten – Keyboards, samples, programming
Glen Møllen – Bass
Havoc arranged & performed by CIRCUS MAXIMUS
Produced by Mats Haugen
3/15: Barcelona – Razzmatazz 2 – Spain
3/16: Madrid – Caracol – Spain
9/8: Atlanta – ProgPowerFestival – USA
North & South America Tour in September
More shows TBA

Get your copy of HAVOC now: Amazon: http://radi.al/HavocAmazon / iTunes: http://radi.al/HavociTunes (Deluxe) / Google Play:http://radi.al/HavocGooglePlay

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An entertainment journalist for 20 years, Michael McCarthy was a columnist and contributing editor for the magazines Lollipop and LiveWire. He co-created and wrote for Cinezine, one of the '90's most popular movie E-zines. The only time he's not listening to music is when he's watching television shows and movies or reading, usually music magazines.

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