Deadly Circus Fire have issued a statement regarding their being branded as a 'noise nuisance' by The Metropolitan Police. The statement reads as follows;
"What makes a good band? The ability to overcome and rise above all the problems and headaches they encounter along the way.
"So now that we have been branded a noise nuisance by the police and the noise abatement society, we have said
our goodbyes to our old practice studio, and built another one, this time underground.
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"Far, far away from raging alcoholics and people with nothing else to do but moan and complain. Yes the time to leave the hard hats and don with our instruments has come. No more battling with soundproof plasterboard and itchy fiberglass.
"We are moving into the new studio this weekend to complete work on our debut album. And needless to say we
are all very excited.
"The album is almost complete and we all feel very confident about it's sound and direction, just another block of time needed to rehearse and perfect every last crotchet and quaver.
"We have all grown since our last release and this album is evidence of that growth. Stronger songs in the pipeline and hopefully stronger connection to our fans.
"We have Bloodstock coming up in August and this will be the perfect opportunity to blast out our new material, in the open air the of Derbyshire countryside. The debut album is due to be released late 2011.. Stay tuned to Metal Talk for another update soon."