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Russian Circles
Guidance

If post-rock was an animal it’d be a baby polar bear. Look how cute; look how it eats everything. I totally came up with this atrocious analogy while playing through the new Russian Circles record. One of the genre’s more metal-oriented bands -- or at least more adored by the m/ subsection of its fans -- they clambour to thei...view item »

Russian Circles
Memorial

Russian Circles give us album number five of their sombre, drenched compositions. Indeed, this is a very layered thing - post-rock in the contemporary style of massive of guitar soundscapes suitable only for equally massive speakers, or headphones at least. Memorial is on CD and vinyl from Sargent House...view item »

Russian Circles
Empros

Russian Circles have been refining their post-metal chops for years now, with this being their fourth full-length offering to date. It's a total monster, too. I'm totally in awe of how huge this sounds, and it's probably their most sophisticated offering in many respects, too. The guitar ...view item »

Russian Circles
Geneva

For me, Russian Circles have always strived, but failed to capture and reproduce their live show on record. Unfortunately they fail here, but that's not to say that it's not a good album - it just needs a little something to bring the noise out from the noise of everything else, otherwise this is a pretty standard noisecore post rock album with ...view item »

Russian Circles
Station

Totally overwhelmed with stock today so let's be brief. A CD on Suicide Squeeze next from from Russian Circles called 'Station' which is in an appealing digipak set up complete with sepia tinged photos of forces types parading for a group mug shot prompting the question....Would any of these chaps (for they look to be all geezers) have approved of ...view item »

Russian Circles
Enter

A dejected roast dinner from Chi-town fellas Russian Circles. Enter is getting the repress treatment, brimming with heavy post-rock sloggers and all the self-indulgent mathy guitar wankery you'd expect. I remember when this first came out in the mid-2000's along side bands like This Will Destroy You - it sounded a decad...view item »