Callenish Circle

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Callenish Circle
Origin Holtum-Born, Limburg, Netherlands
Genres Melodic death metal, Blackened death metal, Extreme metal
Years active 1992–2007
Labels Metal Blade
Website www.callenish-circle.com/
Members Patrick Savelkoul
Remy Dieteren
Gavin Harte
Wim Vossen
Ronny Tijssen
Past members Jos Evers
Maurice Wagemans
John Gorissen
Roland Schuschke
René Rokx

Callenish Circle was an extreme metal band from the Netherlands. They recorded three of their albums for Metal Blade Records, and broke up in February 2007. In the early 2000s things were going well for the band. In 2002 they toured with God Dethroned, played at the Dutch version of Ozzfest and the German Party San Open Air, and opened for Dimmu Borgir. Their fourth album was released by Metal Blade in 2003; to support it they played that year's Wacken Open Air and Summer Breeze festivals in Germany,[1] and in October they were part of the Bonded By Metal Over Europe-tour, headlined by Exodus, Nuclear Assault, and Agent Steel. In 2006 they toured Mexico (cited by the band as the high point of their career), before they decided to break up in 2007.[2]

A part of their song is used as an outro in the online review show Angry Joe Show. The song used is "Suffer my Disbelief" and is found on the Flesh Power Dominion album.

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Members[edit]

Final line-up[edit]

  • Wim Vossen − bass
  • Remy Dieteren − guitar
  • Gavin Harte − drums
  • Ronny Tijssen − guitar
  • Patrick Savelkoul − vocals

Past members[edit]

  • Jos Evers − guitar (1992–1998)
  • Maurice Wagemans − bass (1992–1995)
  • John Gorissen − bass (1995–1997)
  • Roland Schuschke − bass (1997–2002)
  • René Rokx − bass (2002–2005)

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