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Below is our complete Funeral Circle news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Canadian doom metal outfit Funeral Circle is gearing up to release a new self-titled album on November 19th, 2013. You can now hear tracks from the release in the Bandcamp player below, and the full track listing is as follows:
1. Scion of Infinity 05:31
2. Amaranthine (The Wandering Dreamer) 06:32
3. Corpus of Dark Sorcery 08:57
4. Tempus Edax Rerum 02:42
5. The Charnel God 10:16
6. Black Colossus 05:02
7. Obelisk 11:42 More...
Canadian epic doomsters Funeral Circle and Bravewords.com have joined forces for the debut of a brand new track from the band's forthcoming self-titled album. The song, titled "The Charnel God," features nearly 10 minutes of this young band's classically-inspired and gargantuan doom metal.
Stream "The Charnel God" at this location. Also check out that track, along with "Scion of Infinity" and "Amaranthine (Wandering Dreamer)," below in the player. Funeral Circle will be out worldwide on November 19th through Shadow Kingdom Records.
Vancouver, Canada doom metal act Funeral Circle has posted a new demo to its official Myspace page. The song, titled "The Hexenhammer," is set to be re-recorded and included on the band's forthcoming split EP with Lord Vicar. The song also features new Funeral Circle vocalist The Revenant.
You can listen to the "The Hexenhammer" at this location.
Vancouver, Canada doom metallers Funeral Circle have announced the date and venue for the annual IANFEST memorial concert. IANFEST is a yearly tribute to the band's former guitarist Ian Tellier who passed away on September 8th, 2008 during a traffic accident. Other bands scheduled to appear include Devastation and Ancient Obliteration. IANFEST 2010 is set to take place on September 4, 2010 at Funky Winkerbeans in Vancouver, Canada.
Funeral Circle released their debut EP "Sinister Sacrilege" in December of 2009 through England based The Miskatonic Foundation (Ironsword, Slough Feg)
You can check out the song "Corpus of Dark Sorcery" at this location.