SUBSONIC Complete Work On Sophomore CD

SUBSONIC, the solo project of former CELTIC FROST guitarist Ron Marks, has completed work on its sophomore album, "No Such Soul", scheduled for release before the end of the year 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. Preliminary artwork for the CD can be viewed at this location. A music video will be shot next month in Chicago for the lead single, "Dream American", and the SUBSONIC team are currently in negations with award-winning director Ren Savant as well as some Chicago-based filmmakers.

Ron is a resident of Hermitage, PA and has performed in several music related projects as well as recording as SUBSONIC for the last five 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."

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