SPIRALARMS: New Song Available For Streaming

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 posted a new song, "Blood And Wine", on the group's MySpace page. The track comes off SPIRALARMS' full-length debut, "Highest Society", which will be released later in the year through Luxury Buzz, the new label started by Narducci and Barth. Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Sleep Of The Just", "Bottom Rung", "Later On", "Live Another Day", "Scorpio", "Silver Sky", "All That You Seek", "Dirty Bomb" and "Got It All Wrong".

Commented Locicero: "This record is truly a labor of love. Our love for real honest and heartfelt heavy rock n roll.

"Since the inception of the band, Tim and I felt like we've been chasing the missing link between the perception and reality of what organic heavy music can actually be. Not a to-the-grid kind of perfect, slick and over-produced mish-mash. I think we've attained such a thing without any outside influence looking over our shoulder.

"I have to say, it's nice to make music without the worry and suits breathing down your neck to conform. I guess we've been down that road before with SYSTEMATIC and MANMADE GOD. The proof is in the songs and we hold the cards to prove it.

"I believe Tim has a great ear and has turned into an excellent producer. So much so that he's going to co-produce the new FORBIDDEN record with myself beginning in March."

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/spiralarms.


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