SPASTIC INK: New Song Available For Download

WATCHTOWER guitarist/composer Ron Jarzombek has posted a track from his long-awaited sophomore SPASTIC INK release, "Ink Compatible". The song, titled "Aquanet", features Jarzombek on guitar, Jason McMaster (WATCHTOWER, DANEGROUS TOYS) on vocals, Bobby Jarzombek (ex-HALFORD, RIOT) on drums, Pete Perez (RIOT) on bass and Jens Johansson (STRATOVARIUS, ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) on the synthesizer. Download it here.

Says Ron, "All tracks for 'Ink Compatible' are finally done (well, except for one bass track which is being re-recorded). Right now, we're going back and forth with CD-Rs in the mail trying to get the best possible mixes for all of the songs. The graphics are being finalized as we speak. Honestly, I want to release the CD ASAP because it's taken so long and I really want to get this material out there but we've decided to shop the album to see what's out there deal-wise. If no worthwhile offers come our way then I'm just going to release the CD on Mr. Kitty or Eclectic Electric and work with various distributors around the world. If we go the DIY route then we're looking at a January '04 release. If it weren't for the upcoming holidays, we'd be looking at a late November/December '03 release."


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