VICIOUS RUMORS Guitarist Interviewed On PIRATE CAT RADIO's 'Hard Candy'; Audio Available

Guitarist Geoff Thorpe of San Francisco Bay Area metal veterans VICIOUS RUMORS was interviewed on the September 20, 2009 edition of Pirate Cat Radio 87.9 FM's "Hard Candy" show. You can listen to the program using the audio player below. (Note: The Geoff Thorpe interview begins around the 35-minute mark.)

VICIOUS RUMORS is preparing to enter the studio to begin recording its new album for an early 2010 release.

The band last year announced the addition of singer Ronnie Stixx (SHADOWKEEP, DIVINE RUINS) and guitarist Kiyoshi Morgan to the group's ranks.

Ronnie was born in Los Angeles and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He has made a name for himself in the metal world with a vocal style that is melodic and aggressive. Ronnie's main influences are such great vocalist as Carl Albert (VICIOUS RUMORS), Tony Harnell (TNT) and Ronnie James Dio.

VICIOUS RUMORS current lineup is as follows:

Geoff Thorpe: guitar/vocals
Larry Howe: drums/vocals
Stephen Goodwin: bass/vocals
Ronnie Stixx: lead vocals
Kiyoshi Morgan: guitar

Geoff Thorpe interviewed on Pirate Cat Radio 87.9 FM's "Hard Candy" (click on player below to launch audio): (Note: The Geoff Thorpe interview begins around the 35-minute mark.)

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