WATCHTOWER: Drum-Cam Footage Of New Song Posted Online

A short video clip of drummer Rick Colaluca practising the song "Projections" off the forthcoming WATCHTOWER album, "Mathematics", can be viewed below.

"Mathematics" is the first new WATCHTOWER album since 1990's highly acclaimed "Control and Resistance", which was featured as part of the "Hall of Fame" series in Decibel magazine's January 2010 issue.

Guitarist Ron Jarzombek posted the following update on the album's progress in September of 2009: "We are doing our best to finish up a 62-minute, 11-song disc, are having bi-weekly rehearsals, drum studio sessions happen bi-monthly, I personally work on the material nearly every day (recording guitars, drum production, etc.) and we're slowly chipping away at the wall that we've been unable to tear down for the past two decades. The good news for me is we've dropped tons of material that was written during our 'loss of musical direction' period (which led to the inception of SPASTIC INK), leaving us with music that we are all quite happy with, and hopefully will totally satisfy the fans who have waiting so long for this to come out. No release date will be given at this time."

WATCHTOWER is scheduled to co-headline the 13th edition of Germany's Keep It True festival on April 23 at Lauda-Königshofen. It will mark the band's first European appearance since headlining the Headway festival in Holland in 2004.


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