Ex-CELTIC FROST Guitarist RON MARKS Working On Book About His Life As A Musician

Former CELTIC FROST and current SUBSONIC guitarist has posted the following message on his web site:

"I'm pleased to announce that SUBSONIC has secured an agreement with Dragon Eye Promotions from the U.K. We're currently assembling a comprehensive plan to reach a broader fan base for SUBSONIC's third release and to pursue industry avenues which reach beyond the band. I've expressed interest in brokering existing material and/or composing new material for movie soundtracks and TV. There's also a substantial number of demoed tracks which may not fit the SUBSONIC sound but can be made available to various artists/production companies in need of material.

"I've been working on a book about my life as a musician, entitled 'Don't Miss One', which is in need of a publisher as well. Dragon Eye has agreed to commit their talents toward these endeavors and we're feeling very positive about the future here in the SUBSONIC camp."


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