WATCHTOWER Singer: It Might Take Years To Complete New Album

WATCHTOWER frontman Jason McMaster has posted the following update on the status of the band's long-awaited new CD, "Mathematics".

"Attention... Since we have released the information about WATCHTOWER releasing an ALL NEW CD... 'Mathematics' .. people will not leave it alone. They won't let WATCHTOWER sleep... I receive emails everyday from hardcore WATCHTOWER fans, living and breathing the arrival of 'Mathematics'..... a release long awaited of course. The revival has definitely started with the reformation of the almost original line up, and the reunion at Bang Your Head / Balingen Germany July 1 2000.

"I am sorry to give you no new information on 'Mathematics'. It is only the mention of the word 'Mathematics' that has thrown fans into a frenzy for new material from WATCHTOWER. We apologize sincerely for possible premature mention and 'coming soon' tactics for the release of this seemingly 'legendary before its own time' release from WATCHTOWER. It's not happening any faster.

"The best thing about this mess, is that we know how much WATCHTOWER might mean to some of you, and this is very pleasing. Please do not give up, but do not expect months to be the clock, it has been years and might take years to complete 'Mathematics'.

"Accept this as a letter of intent, intentions are as said, to complete and release this CD, but not in due time.

"Keep the faith, defend the faith. Jason"


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