Ex-CELTIC FROST Guitarist RON MARKS Working On New SUBSONIC Release

Dragon Eye Promotions has announced that, after some weeks of discussion between legal representatives on both sides of the Atlantic, a management contract has been signed between Dragon Eye and former CELTIC FROST guitarist Ron Marks, professionally known as SUBSONIC.

Commented Ron Marks: "Every once in a while you get lucky and find people who involve themselves with music and the industry for the same reasons as you. There's absolutely a positive chemistry between Geno, Trace and myself. And there are many times when one will say what the other is thinking. You can't fake that and you can't buy it either. The whole thing just feels right."

Ron is currently in the studio working on material for the third, as-yet-untitled SUBSONIC album and tracks have been set aside for radio airplay which will be released to relevant and interested parties over the coming weeks. Marks is also seeking record label support for the upcoming album.

As part of Dragon Eye's promotions with SUBSONIC, a deal has been made with Perris Records to release the track "Treason" through their network CD to be distributed throughout the U.S. and Europe.

Commented Dragon Eye Promotions: "We now feel the time is right for SUBSONIC to be out on the road giving the fans what they want — a killer live show — and to this end we will be looking for slots as a supporting artist for tours within the U.S. as well as headline shows.

"As competitive as today's music industry is, every now and then a talented artist comes along and gets overlooked. We feel that this has been the case for Ron Marks and SUBSONIC for far too long. It is now time to address this and let the rest of world hear what we already know. Having a sense of humour and diversity can work well in today's rock industry. We think you will be pleasantly surprised when you hear the new tracks."


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