Serpentine announce the release of their album ‘Circle Of Knives’

Serpentine – the young melodic rock quintet who burst onto the scene in 2010 with the Japanese Rock Top 30 album ‘A Touch Of Heaven’ – are back with their much anticipated new album ‘Circle Of Knives’, released in Europe through AOR Heaven on April 24th.

Produced and co-written by Gary Hughes of Ten the record represents a slightly darker though still very much melodic style. Founder member and key songwriter within Serpentine Gareth David Noon explains: “Gary was the perfect ingredient to really help us take this new album to a different level. Chris and I had been writing a mix of heavier tracks as well as some cool AOR tunes and we knew Gary was exactly the right guy to come in and co-write with us and handle the production. He did a stellar job and it was a total blast working together. As a band we are hungry to make sure as many people as possible hear this record; we are really pleased with our new line-up and we feel the songwriting is our strongest to date. With that in mind we’re delighted to have signed a new deal with AOR Heaven. As a label they have been our home since our first album came out in 2010 and it’s where we want to be. We genuinely can’t wait to hear what people think of Circle Of Knives!”

The new album features 10 brand new songs:
1. Season Of The Witch 2. La Tragedienne 3. Forever 4. The Hardest Fall 5. Bleed 6. Where Does Your Heart Beat Now? 7. Bound By The Strings Of Discord 8. Circle Of Knives 9. Such A Long Way Down 10. Suicide.

Serpentine have recently launched their new website – For more information please visit

Planetmosh revieved a very advanced promo, to read what we thought of the album, please click HERE

About David Farrell

General Manager and 'THE' competition guy at Manager of The Goddanm Electric, Tour manager for Serpentine, and ex-general Dogsbody at Media partner to numerous bands. Also takes photos, writes reviews and likes classic rock, with a touch of thrash to get the blood flowing.
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