SUBSONIC, the solo project of former CELTIC FROST guitarist Ron Marks, will be issuing its sophomore album, "No Such Soul", this fall through Sonic Wave America. The follow-up to 2002's "Super-Vel" (Outlaw Entertainment) will be available worldwide 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.
Anand Bhatt, President of Sonic Wave International, says: "I'm really excited to release the new SUBSONIC project! CELTIC FROST and Ron Marks fans will be VERY pleased. We have always been a strong independent force in heavy music, and it's an honor that Ron chose us to put out the new release."
Ron Marks had the following to say about the songwriting on his latest effort: "When I think about the music and the CD title, thoughts of independence and not selling your mind or soul to anyone are the prevailing visions. Yes, I'm writing about american society because that's where I live. But the lyrics go beyond that into what humanity has done throughout history and continues to do. And more so, how we never learn from our mistakes. For instance, the latest track is called 'Delilahs' and is about human betrayal on a global and perpetual scale with a little of the middle eastern war thrown around the edges."
Ron is a resident of Hermitage, PA and has performed in several music related projects as well as recording as SUBSONIC for the last 5 years. In his youth he and friend Dan Laudo (drummer for PRONG) played in a band with none other than Trent Reznor. Ron Marks has been called "an unusual and almost heavier version of Frank Zappa."
For more information on SUBSONIC, visit the official web site.