Russian Circles’ envyable discography is considered by many a songwriting prowess. The band’s growth has been outstandingly impossible to ignore. Their initial records that range from Enter to Station and Geneva had seamlessly gained access to half of the underground’s playlists without any second thoughts. Their true form and refinement came from the Sargent House era, with whom they’ve released some of their best feats like Empros, Memorial and Guidance. Whether it be the mood-board that so often defines the sound palette of a record or the astonishingly broad taste in music (along with other musical endeavors), talent isn’t always enough to define Russian Circles’ nature, but the substance in the landscape of emotional depth really does make a difference.
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