WATCHTOWER To Issue CD Of Unreleased Recordings, Continue Work On New Album

A WATCHTOWER CD entitled Demonstrations in Chaos, containing unreleased rehearsals and recordings from the Control & Resistance era, plus previously-unavailable live tracks, and the infamous Boss Studio demos from 1983 and 1984, will finally be issued through Monster Records in May. For more information, go to In other news, WATCHTOWER guitarist Ron Jarzombek recently posted the following update on the band's current activities: “WATCHTOWER has finished writing all of the music for [the next studio album, entitled] Mathematics, and the CD will also be released 'whenever'. Again, I don't have any control over [bassist] Doug [Keyser] or [drummer] Rick [Colaluca]'s schedules, so I don't know when they'll be done with their tracks. But to get a rough idea of the progress on the Mathematics recordings, we are still in pre-production. The same exact place we were about 3 months ago.”


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