SUBSONIC, the solo project of former CELTIC FROST guitarist Ron Marks, have posted their very first video for "Dream American" online at SubsonicRocks.com.
The video features PRONG drummer Dan Laudo on drums along with Dietrich of the Chicago-based MARAZENE on bass.
SUBSONIC is the brainchild of Marks, lead guitarist and co-songwriter in the critically acclaimed, underground metal band CELTIC FROST. Ron joined the group for the "Into the Pandemonium" tour and the "Vanity/Nemesis" album. CELTIC FROST leader Tom Gabriel Fischer (a.k.a. Tom Warrior) has referred to this era's lineup as the definitive version of the band.
"Dream American" is the lead single from the sophomore SUBSONIC release, "No Such Soul", available now worldwide from Sonic Wave International. The follow up to 2002's "Super-Vel" (Outlaw Entertainment), "No Such Soul" is now on sale at such stores as Best Buy, Tower, Borders, Wherehouse, FYE, Sam Goody, Amazon.com, CD NOW, Music Boulevard, CD Universe, Sonic Wave America online stores and many regional and independent retail chains.
You can buy the CD online now for $13.97 with free shipping at this location.
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