Voodoo Circle: new song available for streaming"Graveyard City", a brand new song from Voodoo Circle, can be seen below. The track comes off the band's third album, "More Than One Way Home", which will be released on February 22 via Afm Records.
"More Than One Way Home" track listing:
01. Graveyard City
02. Tears In The Rain
03. Heart Of Babylon
04. Cry For Love
06. The Ghost In Your Heart
07. Bane Of My Existence
08. More Than One Way Home
09. The Killer In You
10. The Saint And The Sinner
11. Victim Of Love
12. Open Your Eyes
The cover artwork for "More Than One Way Home" can be seen below.
Voodoo Circle is the German/British band featuring members of Primal Fear and Pink Cream 69.
Voodoo Circle's sophomore Cd, "Broken Heart Syndrome", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 64. The effort was once again mixed and mastered by Dennis Ward (Pink Cream 69, Krokus), and was described in a press release as "a huge step forward and shows the band's boundless musical possibilities."
Alex is well known throughout the rock and metal scene as the mastermind of Silent Force, former guitarist of Sinner and touring guitarist of Primal Fear. His exceptional compositions and instrumental skills secured him highest respect from other musicians and a strong worldwide fan base. In Japan, where quality is still the most important aspect when it comes to music, he is hailed as a "guitar hero" and fills the venues.
According to a press release, "Alex chose to walk in huge footsteps with Voodoo Circle, because the immense impact and influence that bands like Rainbow and Deep Purple had are undeniable. But if there is just one German musician who can fill this big boots and arouse with new energy, we definitely talk about Alex Beyrodt."
Voodoo Circle is:
Alex Beyrodt (Primal Fear, Silent Force, Sinner) - Guitar
David Readman (Pink Cream 69) - Vocals
Mat Sinner (Sinner, Primal Fear) - Bass
Markus Kullmann (Dezperadoz) - Drums
Zlatko "Jimmy" Kresic (Liquid Home) - Keyboards
Voodoo Circle's self-titled debut album was released in 2008.
"Graveyard City" audio stream:
"Cry For Love" video: