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Saidian Signs with Blistering Records

Blistering Records has announced the signing of German melofic metal band Saidian. Their third album and Blistering Records debut, entitled "Evercircle," is due out May 29, 2009.

Founded in 2004 things moved rapidly in the Saidian camp as the guys released their debut album, "For Those Who Walked The Path Forlorn" the following year. This record was promoted by a full European tour with Jon Oliva's Pain. The Savatage mastermind liked the band so much he contributed guest vocals on their following album, "Phoenix," which was released in September 2006. Hitting the club and festival circuit, Saidian's meteoric rise peaked with an earth shaking performance at the first Magic Circle Festival in summer 2007 (also documented on the Magic Circle Festival DVD Vol. 1).

Now with the strongest lineup to date the band cut its new album, "Evercircle." The recording took place between March and September of 2008 with the talents of German producer Axel Heckert, (now also Saidian's live engineer). "Evercircle" showcases a broader musical spectrum for Saidian including a mix of headbanging anthems, melodic rockers, powerful ballads and the band's first cover song, the 1981 hit, “Tokyo” from the German hard rock band of the same name (later known as Craaft).

Saidian has a couple of upcoming shows, including:

May 23 Rockfabrik (Club 2), Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
May 31 Kutival Open Air, Bretten/ Gölshausen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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