Circles of Namibia

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Seoul, South Korea

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Circles of Namibia is the progressive metal solo project of Adam Driskell, an American musician
living in Seoul, South Korea.
Born in Indianapolis and educated in Tennessee, USA, Adam found his passion for music at an early age through the progressive rock music of his dad and uncle. At the age of 14, Adam became hooked on electric guitar and spent his teenage years honing his musical skills and listening to metal bands such as Dream Theater, Symphony X and Opeth. Keen to begin writing his own music, Adam began writing and recording through Pro Tools software, leading him to study audio production at Middle Tennessee State University and begin his career as a freelance guitarist and audio engineer.
Adam began Circles of Namibia as an instrumental solo project with a full band sound, an
accumulation of his skills as a guitarist, engineer and writer. The project has a DIY approach,
with Adam arranging and writing everything other than drums and hiring a bass guitarist,
drummer and keyboardist through Fiverr to create the sounds he envisions. Circles of Namibia takes inspiration from the progressive metal music that Adam grew up listening to as well as incorporating experimental and technical sounds such as eight-string guitar and orchestra influences.
Circles of Namibia’s debut album, ‘Where It All Began’, was released on 5th July, 2021, with the lead single ‘Mountain’ and accompanying music video available to stream now. Adam is
already writing and arranging music for a second album that will further capture his musical
vision and prowess.



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