Unspeakable Axe Records will unleash the fury of Encyrcle later this month with the release of the band’s new EP, Burning Child.
On the heels of their 2016 self-titled debut, Denmark heavy/speed metallers Encyrcle have returned with Burning Child. The EP represents more than one kind of shift for the band – they replaced their singer following the album, and their new material sees a greater diversity in tempo and mood than ever before.
This four-song EP – which consists of two originals including the epic title track, a short instrumental, and a cover of The Doors’ “Strange Days” – is a feast for enthusiasts of melodic, soaring lead guitar work and Maiden-esque vocals.
Whatever follows is yet unknown, but this EP shows Encyrcle broadening their sonic pallet while still working the same general territory as their riff-laden, fist-pumping first release.
The EP’s title track is now streaming:
Unspeakable Axe Records will release Burning Child on September 29. Pre-orders now available at this location.