Norwegian metallers Circus Maximus have issued the following update on their official website:
“As many of you have been wondering, what has been, or is going on in the Circus Maximus camp these days? What is the status on the recording on the new album? Well… To give you the short and brutal version, here is where we are today:
After finishing the drum tracks in November, the band took the Christmas holidays off, presuming to start up right over new years with drum editing, and continue with guitar, bass, keys and vocals right after that. What we didn’t plan out as a result of Mats’ grueling long hours in front of the computer, editing drums, was that he got arm inflammation in both arms. Because of this, both the drum editing (that was over half ways finished), and upcoming rhythm guitar tracking had to be postponed until further notice. With this, and other personal/family stuff that had to be dealt with, the recording process stagnated quite a bit.
On a positive note: Mats’ arm injury has improved a great deal, and the drum-editing is finished, the band has been rehearsing for their upcoming shows in May and we are filming more for the ‘Rockumentary’ this weekend up in the mountains of Trysi (Guess there will be more drunken madness than interviews, because it’s Mikey’s birthday as well).
We are glad to tell you all that things are looking better nowadays with the speed bumps and hickups out of the way, and that we will be putting the ‘pedal to the metal’ on the recordings from mid May. Circus Maximus is truly grateful for all the support that has been shown, as well as your patience and understanding. There wouldn’t be a Circus Maximus without you, the fans. That makes you a little Circus Maximus too… hehe.”