FORBIDDEN Guitarist Talks SPIRALARMS In New Video Interview
- Nov. 11, 2012
Avinash Mittur of Metal Assault conducted an interview with FORBIDDEN/SPIRALARMS guitarist Craig Locicero prior to SPIRALARMS' November 8 concert at Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. You can now watch the chat below.
SPIRALARMS is the San Francisco Bay Area-based heavy rock band featuring Locicero, Tim Narducci (ex-SYSTEMATIC) on vocals, Chris "Cornbread" Lombardo on bass, Brad Barth on keyboards, Anthony Traslavina on rhythm guitar and Ron Redeen (THE ESSENESS PROJECT) on drums.
SPIRALARMS' sophomore album, "Freedom", will be released soon.
The band issued its full-length debut, "Highest Society", in June 2010 through Luxury Buzz, the label started by Narducci and Barth, in association with Apache Productions.
SPIRALARMS rose from the ashes of millennial bands SYSTEMATIC, FORBIDDEN and MANMADE GOD.
Friends since the age of 15, Narducci and Locicero bonded over their love of heavy metal and hard rock music. Looking back at that time period, Craig said, "[We were] probably the youngest kids in the East Bay metal scene that were drinking beer out in the parking lot after seeing bands like TESTAMENT and EXODUS play."
Although the two remained friends throughout the years, they both went their separate ways and started bands of their own.
After years of playing with their respective groups, the two friends contacted each other and decided it was time to start playing music together again, and in 2004 SPIRALARMS was born.
Tim Narducci - Vocals/Guitar Craig Locicero - Guitar Anthony Traslavina - Guitar Chris "Cornbread" Lombardo - Bass/Vocals Brad Barth - Keyboards Ron Redeen - Drums
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