HALFORD Drummer Issues 'Performance & Technique' Video
Drummer Bobby Jarzombek, best known for his work with HALFORD, RIOT, and SPASTIC INK, has just released his first ever drum video. "Performance & Technique" spotlights Bobby's unique approach to drumming and features two free-form solos, footage of a RIOT-era drum solo performed live in Japan, and full-length performances of "Peppered Cancer" and "School", two new songs co-written and recorded with brother Ron Jarzombek (SPASTIC INK, WATCHTOWER) on guitar. For more info on the video or to view four 30-second clips, click here.
After a lengthy layoff, Jarzombek is now back in full HALFORD mode with the band's 10-day tour of Japan in support of "Crucible" and the just-released "Fourging The Furnace" EP set to get underway February 11 in Tokyo. Also on the horizon are 2 more U.S. shows on February 28 and March 1 at L'Amour in Brooklyn, New York with SYMPHONY X opening up. A full-fledged HALFORD tour under the "2003 Metal Gods World Tour" banner is tentatively scheduled to kick off in the spring.
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