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3.13 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Erased 04:15
2 On My Way 03:48
3 As It Is Above 03:32
4 So It Is Below 04:22
5 Another Me 04:25
6 Ground Shift 04:50
7 Responses 04:53
8 Visions 04:36
9 Radiant 07:00
10 Wheels In Motion 03:49
11 The Signal 02:07
12 Verum Infinity 07:16

Line-up / Musicians

- Perry Kakridas / vocals
- Ted Furuhashi / guitar
- Matty Clarke / guitar
- Drew Patton / bass
- Dave Hunter / drums

- Nik Barker / vocals
- Michael Prantzos / guitar
- Roy Amar / djembe, oud, tabla
- Kin / performer (11)

Releases information

Artwork: Dave Hunter

CD Basick Records ‎- BSK052CD (2013, UK)

2xLP Basick Records ‎- 5 060243 326614 (2013, UK)

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CIRCLES Infinitas ratings distribution

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Review by Second Life Syndrome
3 stars "It could have been so much better". That's what comes to mind after hearing this debut album from the Aussie tech metal group Circles. Their second EP, "The Compass", was impressive with its diversity. Every single song on that EP was different and had a great twist to it. Now, finally, Circles manages to release their debut album, and I can't be any more disappointed in the approach they took.

Circles have a djenty style of music. The stuttering riffs they use are interesting right off the bat, but I find that their keys are what really draw me into the music. So, basically, Circles mixes electronic keys with djenty guitars, technical drums and bass, and a high-pitched (almost emo) vocalist. It's not my favorite combo, but it can be enjoyable.

The problem is that Circles abandoned their sense of exploration. They used to mix in ethnic twists or lush melodies. However, on their debut album "Infinitas", Circles have gone for the more mainstream djent style. Gone is the exploration. Gone is the emotion. Now, all we get are tracks that all sound the exact same. Literally. Ominous, crunching riffs mean nothing when the tracks become indistinguishable from one another. The worst offense, however, is the fact that the keys are mostly mixed quietly. You can barely hear them! So, my favorite part of their music is now missing almost entirely.

There is one exception. I find the first track, "Erased", to be rather inventive. The keys are actually heard in the mix here, and there is a cohesion to the song. I also thought the collaboration with Twelve Foot Ninja on "The Signal" is a good effort. The rest? The same convoluted mess of djenty riffs that are all identical and a mix that eliminates melody.

Now, I've definitely heard much, much worse from 2013. This album is simply average in every respect. Had the rest of the album been like "Erased", you may have seen a much better score. However, the album is simply flat and uninteresting. I hope that Circles takes this to heart and remembers that technical finesse is nothing without purpose and melody.

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