Tribe Of Circle - Children Of A Weakened God
Martial Industrial, Experimental So it began, here, the introduction to the French project, Tribe of Circle.

It was a dark, rainy day, and the idea here was to expect a sound similar to The Moon Lay Hidden Behind A Cloud.
It is sure as hell great when an intro absolutely devours the soul of the listener, and "Land Of The Fallen Suns" has enough Martial intrigue, and gentle elocutions to really impress. It does indeed sound like TMLHBAC, and at times Der Blutharsch too, and the drums, and the Bagpipes (I think) provide a lovely induction to this much-hyped album.

Martial music, unweathered by time, and refusing to sell out to the hip-kiddies, this provides frantic Drum orchestration, interlocked with impressive synth work, and there is a real echo of promise here, and the last time I was this impressed with a Martial album was quite a long time ago (except for the iconic "Wonderland" demo by Snoww.Wwhite).

The third track (also the title track) is the first to provide lyrics (the delicate and fascinating booklet provides lyrics for just four tracks). As good Martial music usually does, this album shows no fear in the face of adversaries, not content to sit back and do what it does best, and in the case of " Freres Humains Freres Ennemis", ToC gives us a frantic piece with vocals on it, hastily echoed rituals and gatherings.

Tribe of Circle, is in essence a vital cog in the war machine, and stands right up with Dernieré Volonte, and its aforementioned peers out there. What do you expect for an act signed to Hau Ruck!?
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Tribe Of Circle - Children Of A Weakened God

So it began, here, the introduction to the French project, Tribe of Circle.

It was a dark, rainy day, and the idea here was to expect a sound similar to The Moon Lay Hidden Behind A Cloud.
It is sure as hell great when an intro absolutely devours the soul of the listener, and "Land Of The Fallen Suns" has enough Martial intrigue, and gentle elocutions to really impress. It does indeed sound like TMLHBAC, and at times Der Blutharsch too, and the drums, and the Bagpipes (I think) provide a lovely induction to this much-hyped album.

Martial music, unweathered by time, and refusing to sell out to the hip-kiddies, this provides frantic Drum orchestration, interlocked with impressive synth work, and there is a real echo of promise here, and the last time I was this impressed with a Martial album was quite a long time ago (except for the iconic "Wonderland" demo by Snoww.Wwhite).

The third track (also the title track) is the first to provide lyrics (the delicate and fascinating booklet provides lyrics for just four tracks). As good Martial music usually does, this album shows no fear in the face of adversaries, not content to sit back and do what it does best, and in the case of " Freres Humains Freres Ennemis", ToC gives us a frantic piece with vocals on it, hastily echoed rituals and gatherings.

Tribe of Circle, is in essence a vital cog in the war machine, and stands right up with Dernieré Volonte, and its aforementioned peers out there. What do you expect for an act signed to Hau Ruck!?
Dec 31 2007

Nick Quarm

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