BALLISTIC: In Writing Mode

BALLISTIC mainman Tom Gattis (ex-DEUCE, TENSION, WARDOG) has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"Well, we're in writing mode big time, got a song called 'Sonic Massacre' that will hit harder and faster than Blaze Bailey's well deserved black eye. The children are turning out heavier and darker than the last CD, at least I think they are (most of the riffs I can't play….yet). But life is back to normal here in Phoenix, eating steak, pumping iron, drinking beer, and kicking major ass. Our resident U.F.C. champ Tony [Taylor, TWISTED TOWER DIRE, ISEN TORR, OCTOBER 31] is ready to get going on the vocals and soon I'll be handing our little bundles of love over to him to finish off the job of throttling the life out of them (or into them?). We can hardly wait to get back to jam for the fans that made our European trip so killer. Next time though we'll need proof of life insurance to get in…. Bring your O2."

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