WATCHTOWER Begin Recording New Album

WATCHTOWER guitarist Ron Jarzombek has posted the following update on the recording sessions for the group's long-awaited new album, tentatively titled "Mathematics".

"During the past several months, WATCHTOWER has been tweaking the music and finishing up lyrics for the next CD. Last weekend, Rick [Colaluca, drums] went into Melody Ranch studios here in San Antonio, and recorded drums for the first half of the songs. The rest of us will record our tracks in our own home studios. The plan is to complete the first half of the songs, then begin shopping the CD while the rest of the material is being recorded. About a tentative release date..., don't even ask. I have a timetable in my head that I'm following, but I don't want to get into any of that for obvious reasons."

In other news, Jarzombek has started up a project with two "killer" musicians from the death/extreme metal genre. "Over the past few months I have been writing tunes and putting a concept together with these guys," Ron writes on his web site. "Looks like this is going to be all (or mostly) instrumental! I'll be sure to give out specific details as the project materializes..."


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