WATCHMEN Hard At Work On Debut Album

After their successful U.K. tour, Argentinian hard rock band WATCHMEN are working on their debut album, tentatively due later in the year via Volume 4 Records. The group, who are said to be "a must for WHITESNAKE fans," will have the effort mixed and mastered in Germany by Phillip Colodetti, who has previously worked with such acts as SHAAMAN, KAMELOT and RHAPSODY. The group's first video, for the track "Time Is Over", will be shot in November under the watchful eye of Refugio Films. Check out audio samples: "On the Road" (mp3), "Time Is Over" (mp3), "Livin' the Heartache" (mp3).


Ivan Sencion – Vocals
Emmanuel Lopez - Guitar
Germain Leth - Bass
Sergio Del Luca - Drums
Leonardo Palmieri - Keyboards

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