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Piet Sielck Leaves Savage Circus To Concentrate On Iron Savior

Guitarist Piet Sielck (Iron Savior) has quit German power metal band Savage Circus to concentrate on his main project Iron Savior solely from now on. Sielck, who also performs vocals with Iron Savior, made the following statement through AFM Records:

"After long and intensive thinking I came to the conclusion that I cannot uphold any further engagement for Savage Circus any more and hereby officially quit. I am proud of what has been achieved, but I just cannot imagine myself doing songwriting and production more or less completely alone for a third time. This has drained too much energy in the past already, which was ...needed in more important spots. I am not willing to make such a sacrifice again.
Therefore I put the fate of Savage Circus in the hands of Emil and Jens, who's decision it may also be to correct the band's completely fictional founding legend or not.

"Savage Circus has been absolutely challenging... but my heart beats for IRON SAVIOR.
And music simply is a matter of the heart!"

Iron Savior recently released the new LP "The Landing" through AFM Records. Metal Underground's review for the album can be found at this location.

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