BLACK SABBATH bassist Geezer Butler is scheduled to release the follow-up to his 1997 solo CD, "Black Science" (issued under the GEEZER banner), tentatively titled "Ohmwork", on April 19, 2005 via Sanctuary Records. Joining Butler on the album will once again be vocalist Clark Brown, whose previous credits include of LD/50 (featuring former TESTAMENT/FORBIDDEN guitarist Glen Alvelais) and BEWKENHEIMER. In addition to GEEZER, Brown is involved with SYMATIC, a Worcester, Massachusetts-based group who are currently seeking a record deal. More information is available at www.symaticmusic.com.
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