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Technology Inaction

by WatchTower

Track #3 from the yet to be released WatchTower CD 'Mathematics'.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Alan Tecchio - Vocals
Ron Jarzombek - Guitars
Doug Keyser - Bass
Rick Colaluca - Drums

Music by Jarzombek, Keyser, and Colaluca
Lyrics by Tecchio

Produced by Ron Jarzombek
Mastered by Jacob Hansen
Cover by C. A. Beckston / Monowasp

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Johannes

Weird, complex, progressive, aggressive, passionate
After a long period of WatchTower inaction, the band finally got around to finish three new songs in 2015. Personally, I'm very happy to see Alan Tecchio back with the band. His vocals fit the music superbly. And the music, well, it's as driving and as shredding as it was back in 1989, when Control and Resistance made our jaws drop. WatchTower are one of the few progressive metal bands that established their own style without sacrificing a iota of originality. The music is complex; it dazzles me the first time I heard it and it still dazzles me during the 20th listen. The melodies are at times weird, the drums don't always follow the beat, the bass likes to play leads, the guitar takes no prisoners, the vocals are passionate - all is good, the music was well worth the wait. Wahoo!
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