Circus Diablo To Continue As A Four-Piece
Los Angeles-based rock act CIRCUS DIABLO will warm up for 2008 with a show in Venice, California on January 30 at club Venice Rocks. According to a posting on the group's MySpace page, "none of the band have the ability to be in two places at once, so due to THE CULT, RIDERS ON THE STORM and THE ALMIGHTY being busy and active, the decision has been made to continue CIRCUS DIABLO as a four-piece." The band's frontman, Billy Morrison, said "We all had a ton of fun writing and making that record, but it has proved impossible to commit to any serious plans with so many members being that busy. So much love and respect to the guys."
CIRCUS DIABLO will write and record a second album during 2008 with the current lineup of Morrison, Charles Ruggiero (drums; SLUNT), Rob Patterson (guitar; KORN, OTEP) and Patrick Cornell.
CIRCUS DIABLO recently posted the song "Mary's Shadow" on the group's MySpace page. The track is a bonus cut recorded during the sessions for the band's self-titled debut album, which came out this past summer via Koch Records.
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