BALLISTIC In Talks With New Record/Management Company

BALLISTIC mainman Tom Gattis (ex-DEUCE, TENSION, WARDOG) has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"BALLISTIC is now in final negotiations with a newly formed international record/management company based in Scottsdale, Arizona. The newly formed outfit is comprised of business-banking-engineering professionals, athletes, and music industry insiders that have combined their resources to form this venture. It is our understanding that this company will focus primarily on the development of a very limited number of acts, and therefore we are very excited to be involved from the start of this project. More details coming soon."

BALLISTIC, who in 2004 announced the addition of singer Tony Taylor (TWISTED TOWER DIRE, ISEN TORR, OCTOBER 31) to the group's ranks, is working on its second album, tentatively due in late 2006/early 2007.

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