Not every Circle on it is Circle in it. This mixture of growls, drums and guitars on the album "Incarnation", that's really Circle? Those Finnish critics whose hardcore avant-garde has also been praised frequently on the pages of this magazine? The band had the daring idea to let other Finnish bands play on their own Ektrorecords label under the name Circle. Just for the fun of it. Perhaps this is also an artistic reorientation, after the actual Circle have tried everything there is to try out. An artistic statement is "Incarnation" - recorded by a former death metal band - but not. It's way too stereotypical for that. Drums, guitars and screams can hardly be distinguished from each other at high speed. Rhythms and melodies are lost in the mix. "Incarnation" is just the prelude to similar experiments. So if you want to buy a Circle-Album in the future, you should be smart about who is really playing it.
Top-Track: unfortunately none