Circle of Reason are an Alt/Rock, prog band from the Southwest of the UK.
Circle of Reason draw their influences from a number of bands, such as The Smashing Pumpkins, QOTSA, Deftones, Coheed and Cambria, yet they still retain their own diverse and individual sound and style.
Each song varies and that’s what keeps you interested and listening. Their material is packed with soft and heavy guitar riffs, soaring choruses with warm vocals.
Circle of Reason are a very versatile group and have songs ranging from melancholy instrumentals to heavy rock with prog and metal mixed in.
Circle Of Reason have released three singles which make up their ep A Favour For A Stranger that are all available to download from iTunes and many other online outlets, They are called Chasing The Sun, Sea Of Voices and Silver Scene, the music videos for all songs have been played on music channels on TV such as Scuzz, Kerrang and Lava and have racked up an impressive amount of views on youtube.
They EP has received some great press
“This is truly hard hitting material for a debut EP” Big Cheese Magazine “Exciting from start to finish and refusing to conform to any particular style” Loud Stuff “They have managed to find a medium between post rock and metal which blends the beauty of multiple heavier genres into one triumphant striding effort” Rock Regeneration “Deliciously textured and bursting with fruitful energy, giving the world a taste of what Circle Of Reason are about” Room Thirteen “A hard hitting ep that grabs your attention from the get go” Stencil magazine
With some top shows under their belts, playing alongside some great bands such as Inme, Landscapes, Girlschool, Fighting With Wire, Freeze The Atlantic, The Smoking Hearts, Steak Number Eight, Attention Thieves, Marmozets, Feed The Rhino, Floods and many more. Circle of Reason plan to do a lot more of the same in 2013.
Their new EP These Hands And This Mind is out July 29th, it includes the latest single/video Don’t Be Still
They have that certain bit of difference that is desperately needed within the music scene and it’s that difference that will set them apart from the rest.