FLAMETAL Flamenco/Metal Hybrid Band Featuring WHITESNAKE Bassist To Make Hollywood Debut
Hotly tipped San Francisco-based flamenco/metal hybrid band FLAMETAL will be making their Southern California live debut this Saturday, December 17 at Bar Sinister, 1652 N. Cherokee Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028. For more info call: 323-769-7070.
FLAMETAL who combine the flamenco shred of Paco DeLucia with hard-edged Bay Area metal, are the brainchild of virtuoso acoustic guitarist/vocalist Benjamin Woods and consist of Hawaiian native Brian Spalding (ex-AARONSROD) on electric guitar, bassists Uriah Duffy (WHITESNAKE) and Angeline Saris, and drummer Thomas Perry. The group's unortodox stage show also features traditional flamenco dancers, Melissa Cruz and Fanny Ara.
FLAMETAL's self-released 2005 debut CD, "The Elder", is available through the band's CD Baby store at this location. MP3s of the title track and "Cuatro Caballeros" can be downloaded here.
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