BALLISTIC Complete Work On Debut Album

BALLISTIC, the new band featuring former DEUCE / TENSION / WARDOG mainman Tom Gattis, along with JAG PANZER members Rikard Stjernquist (drums) and Chris Broderick (guitar), have set a September 8 European release through Metal Blade Records for their debut album.

"We wrapped up mixing just in time for the [group's gig] at [Germany's] Bang Your Head 2003 [festival]," said Gattis.

"This is a VERY heavy thrash album that doesn't let off the accelerator AT ALL throughout the entire CD, and I am very proud of all we have accomplished and overcome.

"During my stay in Germany, I got to know some of the guys from PRIMAL FEAR pretty well, and it would be great if we could hook up for a tour or some shows. That would be VERY intense!!!"

BALLISTIC's debut will be released in the U.S. through New York-based AR Records.


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