RE: IGNITION To Demo More Material
RE: IGNITION (formerly DEF IGNITION), the new San Francisco Bay Area band led by SKINLAB's Steev Esquivel, have posted the following message on their official web site:
"RE:IGNITION is alive! And we want to thank everyone who came out to our first show to help make it a huge success! It was awesome sharing the stage with PRONG as well as getting to play with our boys in PRIMATE and DISPLACE. We're very pleased with the response we received from everyone so far. It's only the beginning we've got a lot of ideas between us, [and] I think it's gonna be an awesome experience jamming together.
"Dave will be doing vocals for two other songs that we recorded with Mr. Hanson soon. Then we'll be going back into the studio at the end of May to record a few more songs. Then it will be time for our next show... June 5th @ The PoundSF w/ our boys MANMADEGOD."
RE: IGNITION's current lineup:
Dave Moore (ex-MINDBENDER) - Vocals
Steev Esquivel (SKINLAB, ex-DEFIANCE) – Guitar
Tim Howell (ex-FUELED, SACRILEGE B.C.) - Guitar
Scott Proctor (ex-LAVABONE) – Bass
Mark Hernandez (ex-TECHNOCRACY, TORQUE) – Drums
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