Don’t Disturb My Circles are back with their sonic onslaught, hitting us yet again with their impenetrable wall of aggression that doesn’t obey the typical composition rules. With a DIY attitude and their uncompromising integrity, and featuring a musical style consisting of complex, discordant and abrasive style of noise rock infused post-hardcore, the band shows why they are a breath of fresh air in the underground metal scene.
Don’t Disturb My Circles are in their own world and they don’t want to be disturbed.
1 – Rotten & Pleased
2 – Devil’s Shoes
3 – Branches
4 – Self-Inflicted Solipsism
In 2009 the band self-released the EP “E.O.T.T.” and in 2011 DDMC worked with hardcore band Lifedeceiver for a Split CD and toured Portugal together.
In February 2015 they released their first full-length “Lugubrious Cacophonous”, recorded and mixed by Sérgio Prata Almeida, produced by the band and mastered by Brad Boatright (AudioSiege US).
During these years Don’t Disturb My Circles had played shows and festivals in Portugal, sharing the stage with bands like Dillinger Escape Plan, Weedeater, Celeste, Mantar, Revok, No Omega, Cancer Bats, Sepultura and Obituary.
The Portuguese four piece arsonists are back in 2018 with their latest EP “Lower Canopy” with more intricate and exploratory songs that set the bar higher for their work.
João Coelho Vocals
Henrique Reis Guitar
Sérgio Almeida Bass
João Seixas Drums