March 11th will see MAGIC CIRCLE raiding Brooklyn, New York for a show with Ecstatic Vision, followed by a show in Providence, Rhode Island the following night, March 12th, with Sire and V-Sect. A week later, March 19th, the band will hit Worcester with Chalice, Summoner, and Dust Witch. April shows are beginning to pop as well, with a show confirmed for April 30th in Waltham, Massachusetts with Hirudinea. Additional performances are likely to be booked around these shows, alongside other new ventures for the band.

3/11/2016Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY w/ Ecstatic Vision
3/12/2016 AS220 - Providence, RI w/ Sire, V-Sect
3/19/2016 Ralph's Rock Diner - Worcester, MA w/ Chalice, Summoner, Dust Witch
4/30/2016 Michael J's - Waltham, MA w/ Hirudinea

With their feet rooted firmly in punk, hardcore, NWOBHM and the earliest of doom metal, and their arms raised triumphantly into the burning heavens, the triumphant second album from MAGIC CIRCLE shows a more refined songwriting to their tunes, the band's overall approach showing a heightened sense of finesse in its deployment. Self-produced and recorded by the band at guitarist CC's The Pain Cave, Journey Blind surges with the viscosity a team of top-tier producers would be proud to back, and the cover art is an unused piece by legendary artist Joe Petagno (Motörhead, Mammoth Grinder, Autopsy) dating to 1979. Surging with over forty-five minutes of doomed heavy metal that invokes the masters in their purest form, Journey Blind is a record which could have been captured three decades ago yet booms with a refreshed spirit to guide today's misguided youth back to their unbeknownst roots.