21st Century Entertainment has started filming the San Francisco Bay Area band SPIRALARMS — featuring former members of FORBIDDEN, SYSTEMATIC and MACHINE HEAD — last night (Thursday, November 30) at The Sports Bar in Redding, Northern California. Tonight (Friday, Dec. 1) they will be filming in Chico at Lost On Main and on Saturday (Dec. 2) in Yuba City. 21st Century will also be filming the SPIRALARMS record-release party/concert on December 7 in San Francisco for an upcoming video and/or live DVD.
21st Century Entertainment is owned by longtime Bay Area musician Derik Madrid (ANGEL HEART, DEEPLY MADD, EVEN DEEPER, 3 CENT PENNY), who has been friends with SPIRALARMS guitarist Craig Locicero since the FORBIDDEN EVIL (pre-FORBIDDEN) days. "It's a real natural progress for us to finally work together," stated Derik.
SPIRALARMS features in its ranks Craig Locicero (ex-FORBIDDEN) on guitar, Tim Narducci (ex-SYSTEMATIC) on guitar/vocals, Chris Kontos (ex-MACHINE HEAD, TESTAMENT) on drums, Chris Lombardo on bass and Brad Barth on keyboards. The band recently uploaded three new songs to its MySpace page. Check out the tracks "Straight to Your Head", "That Song" and "Lonely Guns" — all of which were mixed by Sean Beavan (NINE INCH NAILS, MARILYN MANSON, SYSTEM OF A DOWN) — at www.myspace.com/spiralarms.