Russian Circles are an American instrumental rock trio from Chicago, IL. Their sound consists of expansive guitar sounds created by guitarist Mike Sullivan's extensive looping and layering (a sound which he accurately reproduces at live shows), as well as heavily rhythmic drums and crushing basslines. They feature the cinematic soundscapes common to post-rock, but are not afraid to keep some sections heavy with a capital H, and have plenty of rhythm changes. They formed in 2005, and self-released an eponymous EP, followed shortly thereafter by their full-length debut, ''Enter''. Russian Circles provide a sonic adventure that should be enjoyable for any fan of the genre.
Three brothers - Joe, William and Paul - from Racine WI. Joe plays guitar and sings, William plays electric bass, keyboards and sitar, and Paul is a drummer. KOPECKY is an American band with a variety of influences. They have elements from the latest era of King Crimson, some prog metal, some ethnic influences and even some more traditional prog influences. Occasionally the approach is similar to Terry Bozzio's Black Light Syndrome. The result is a powerful sound with a variety of approaches and interesting musicianship. The drummer Paul passed away in 2009. The band made a memorial concert in 2011 on his 40th birthday with many bands participating.
2006 Japanese Limited Edition issue containing 25 CD singles with every single release from April 1994's 'Supersonic' through to December 2005's 'Let There Be Love' totalling a mighty 89 classic tracks.