CIRCLE II CIRCLE: 'Europe Has The Best Metal Fans'

CIRCLE II CIRCLE, the new band fronted by former SAVATAGE singer Zachary "Zak" Stevens, have posted the following European tour report on their official web site:

"Zak and the band are having a great time on tour. All of the shows have either been sold out or at near capacity.

"The band is currently in Vosselaar Belgium, and this show is sold out.

"Yesterday CIIC played at one of their favorite venues De Bosuil in Weert Holland. The show was sold out and the crowd was just incredible!!

"And of course the band and many of their friends from the Netherlands had to spend a few quailty hours at the Paradox Coffee Shop enjoying the local smoke.

"But the best day so far on this tour has to be the show in Bonn Germany. While walking around the city the band was fortunate enough to find the actual home and birth place of Ludwig Van Beethoven. As you can imagine it was pretty special to the band to be making music in this great city.

"Bernd Aufermann / ANGEL DUST has made a special appearance at the Osnabruck show and completely stole the show. His guitar playing is nothing short of breathtaking!!! So Zak has asked Bernd to sit in again with the band at the Stadthalle show in Langen Germany. Be sure to come see this very special appearance, it will be a show to remember.

"The band is filming every night and collecting video footage for an up coming DVD that should be extremely funny and entertaining. The DVD will contain tons of great backstage footage, tour bus insanity, after show parties, and of course once in a life time live show footage.

"CIIC would like to thanks all the bands MASTERPLAN, ROB ROCK, and those crazy fuckin Swiss [guys] PURE INC. for having us out on the tour, and for being so cooool and putting on great shows every night.

"Zak and the band would like to thank all the fans for coming out to the shows and singing and cheering so loudly, it makes all the travelling worth the trip. Europe has the best metal fans!!"


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