SUBSONIC's New Video To Feature Model ANGEL DAWN MASSIE

The second video from SUBSONIC's "No Such Soul" CD will feature model Angel Dawn Massie, who is perhaps best known for her photos for Dean Guitars. The video, which is being shot in Chicago next week, is being directed by Jason Meudt of Vision 4 Films and is the follow-up to the the first single, "Dream American", which can be seen online at SubsonicRocks.com.

On Monday, April 18, MK Magazine, 94.7 FM The Zone and club NEO present the SUBSONIC/"No Such Soul" CD release party at NEO (2350 N. Clark St., Chicago) between 10:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. Some footage of for the new video will be shot during the party and everyone over 21 is invited to hang out and score some free SUBSONIC swag as well. There is a contest and everyone is welcome to meet SUBSONIC's Ron Marks and Angel Dawn Massie for photos and more.

Check out pictures of Angel Dawn at DeanGuitars.com and OneModelPlace.com.

The latest release from SUBSONIC, entitled "No Such Soul", is now available worldwide from Sonic Wave International. SUBSONIC is the solo project of former CELTIC FROST guitarist Ron Marks. "No Such Soul" is SUBSONIC's sophomore album, the follow up to 2002's "Super-Vel" (Outlaw Entertainment).

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.

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