The From Nothing Series by Audiotree commences with a band that is unwilling to remain quiet – our recent featured guests, post metal group RUSSIAN CIRCLES. This initial episode features how the band remains a dominant presence in the underground rock scene, showcasing their ability to innovate while remaining true to their principles. In the new video above the band demonstrated their seasoned expertise in the load-in load-out process as they arrived in Chicago after a grueling half-completed US tour.
Despite the warm October weather, the band’s cheerful nature was palpable, and their guitarist, Mike Sullivan, was quick to share tour stories, talk about gear, and crack jokes that invigorated the band and the room.
During soundcheck, the band’s amplification literally shook the studio, and it was evident that their precision without the use of a click-track was a testament to their mastery at listening to themselves and each other simultaneously.
With nearly 20 years in the game, Russian Circles’ ability to push the bar with their repetitive loud rock music is a remarkable feat, making them the force to be reckoned with in their corner of the underground rock community.
Recorded live on October 3, 2022 in Chicago, IL.
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Russian Circles and Cult of Luna are co-headlining a tour in 2023 with support from Svalbard.
The tour includes several cities in Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Slovenia, Austria, and Poland throughout the month of March. The UK leg of the tour with Wiegedood will take place in August and includes shows in London, Newcastle, Manchester, and Bristol. Additionally, they will be playing several festivals across Europe in August, including Poolbar Festival in Feldkirch, Krach Am Bach Festival in Beelen, Brutal Assault in Jaromer, Alcatraz Festival in Kortrijk, and Motocultor Festival in Carhaix-Plouguer. See the details below and get your tickets here.
RUSSIAN CIRCLES & CULT OF LUNA – CO-HEADLINE TOUR 2023 + Svalbard supporting
March 17 Copenhagen, DK – Store Vega
March 18 Berlin, DE – Huxleys (SOLD-OUT)
March 19 Wiesbaden, DE – Schlachthof
March 20 Utrecht, NL – Tivoli Ronda
March 21 Brussels, BE – AB (SOLD-OUT)
March 22 Paris, FR – Olympia
March 23 Stuttgart, DE – Wizemann
March 24 Lausanne, CH – Les Docks
March 25 Ljubljana, SI – Kino Siska
March 27 Vienna, AT – Arena
March 28 Munich, DE – Muffathalle
March 29 Prague, CZ – Roxy
March 30 Krakow, PL – Studio
March 31 Warsaw, PL – Progresja
Dates with Wiegedood:
August 14 London, UK – Heaven (with Wiegedood)
August 15 Newcastle, UK – University (with Wiegedood)
August 16 Manchester, UK – Band On The Wall (with Wiegedood)
August 17 Bristol, UK – Arctangent festival (with Wiegedood)
August 3 Poolbar festival Feldkirch (AT)
August 5 Krach Am Bach festival – Beelen (DE)
August 9 Brutal Assault – Jaromer (CZ)
August 13 Alcatraz Festival – Kortrijk (BE)
August 19 Motocultor Festival 2023 – Carhaix-Plouguer (FR)