SQUEALER: 'The Circle Shuts' Pushed Back To September

June 16, 2008

Germany's SQUEALER (formerly SQUEALER A.D.) has had the release date of its new album, entitled "The Circle Shuts" (AFM Records),pushed back to September from the previously announced August. The CD was mixed at the Gernhart Studios in Siegburg, Germany and was mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland.

The limited first edition of "The Circle Shuts" will include remastered versions of songs from SQUEALER's first, long-out-of-print album "Human Traces" (recorded in May 1989 and originally only available on vinyl) as bonus tracks.

SQUEALER last year recruited former MIND-ASHES frontman Norbert Vornam as the replacement for Gus Chambers (ex-GRIP INC.).

Locomotive issued SQUEALER A.D.'s last album, "Confrontation Street", in North America in May 2007.

Former SQUEALER singer Andy "Henner" Allendrfer died in a car accident in 2005.

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