BALLISTIC Mainman: 'It's All In The Timing'

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

"Well, it's all in the timing, I guess… We got the chance to play and entire month's worth of shows (30 total) with a major Japanese metal band here in the U.S. in the fall, but if ever there was a bad time this is it. Both me and Tim [O'Connor, bass] are out of commission (and Tony [Taylor, vocals] is recording the new TWISTED TOWER DIRE album, which should be done by then). We are being handed opportunity after opportunity on a silver platter, but unfortunately there is little we can do about it right now. We greatly appreciate all the offers from everyone involved. We are hoping to be able to play early next year."

BALLISTIC are working on the material for their second album, tentatively due in late 2005/early 2006.


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