HALFORD drummer Bobby Jarzombek has been "keeping myself busy the last couple of weeks doing some work on (drum roll) my drum video," according to a statement by the drummer posted via his official web site. "I'm happy to say its turning out KILLER! The video includes 3 songs, 2 solos, a demonstration that I call 'Double Drop' and a few other things. My good friend Vince and his crew at Allie Kat Productions shot the video back in May but we haven't been able to get together for editing because I've been out with HALFORD for the last couple of months, so we're getting busy now!"
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