SPIRALARMS Completes Recording Full-Length Debut
SPIRALARMS, the San Francisco Bay Area-based band featuring Craig Locicero (FORBIDDEN, ex-MANMADEGOD) on guitar, Tim Narducci (ex-SYSTEMATIC) on vocals, Chris "Cornbread" Lombardo on bass, Brad Barth on keyboards, Greg Narducci on rhythm guitar and Ron Redeen on drums, has finished recording its full-length debut, "Highest Society". According to Narducci, "Ron played the last of the percussion yesterday and I put down some BEATLES-esque backgrounds on 'Sleep Of The Just' to take the song to a trippier place. Files of 'Bottom Rung' were sent off to our broham Eric Kretz [STONE TEMPLE PILOTS/ex-SPIRALARMS drummer] in L.A. so he can lay down some slay bells at his studio (Bomb Shelter). This will be badass! Last, we start mixing shortly after the New Year."
"Highest Society" will be released through Luxury Buzz, the new label started by Narducci and Barth. Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Blood And Wine", "Later On", "Live Another Day", "Scorpio", "Silver Sky", "All That You Seek", "Dirty Bomb" and "Got It All Wrong".
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