Norway's Circus Maximus integrate the new millennium's first wave of progressive heavy metal. Formed in 2000, Circus Maximus consist of experienced musicians Michael Eriksen (vocals, guitar), Mats Haugen (guitar), Espen Storø (keyboards), Glen Cato Møllen (bass), and Truls Haugen (drums), and the group's 2005 debut album, The 1st Chapter, drew comparisons to Dream Theater and Symphony X for its melodic and song-oriented material. it anything, the band actually walked a tightrope between prog metal and pwoer metal. In January of 2016, Circus Maximus released the single "The Weight" to the internet. It was followed in March by Havoc, their fourth album.
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Circus Maximus is a Norwegian progressive metal quintet from Oslo. They employ the use of symphonic and power metal influences that feature synthesizers and occasional keyboards. As of 2012, they have released three albums, The 1st Chapter in 2005, Isolate in 2007 and Nine, in 2012.
Five years after the release of their second effort ‘‘Isolate’’, Circus Maximus has finally come back with a new album underarm that’s called ‘‘Nine’’.Last year Micheal Eriksen told us in an interview with PerfectProg that this album would have a total different sound… How will it be? There’s just one way to know it How will it be? That’s exactly what makes you wonder the first track ‘‘Forging’’, a mysterious intro that works as a curtain for the Nine’s show.When the curtain falls the ‘‘Architect of Fortune’’ arrives with a sound that would be perfect to open fires on live shows. It start with the heavier sound (even with a short flirtation with Djent) of the band but subtly gives way to a really well done melodic sound, especially on the chorus, and a great second verse where I cannot avoid to remember the best time of Queensrÿche.