SPIRALARMS, the new San Francisco Bay Area-based band featuring former members of STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, SYSTEMATIC, MANMADEGOD and FORBIDDEN, have issued the following update:
"We regret to inform everyone that our bassist, James Walker, has optioned to leave the band. We will miss him and his playing dearly. James was a founding member of SPIRALARMS and also was a longtime member of MANMADEGOD for the duration of that project. There is nothing negative to say. James was simply moving in a different direction from the rest of us. SPIRALARMS could not be a priority of his anymore. No musical differences, just an amicable separation. We wish him and his family the best.
"We are now beginning the process of looking for THE right bass player for SPIRALARMS. The songs are up on, www.myspace.com/spiralarms or www.spiralarms.com. Those that feel they have the free-flowing old-school style (John Paul Jones, Paul McCartney, Geezer) that we require can send a demo and photos via e-mail to [email protected] Only professionals, please."
SPIRALARMS' current lineup is as follows:
Tim Narducci (ex-SYSTEMATIC) - Guitars and Vocals
Craig Locicero (ex-MANMADEGOD, FORBIDDEN) – Guitars
Eric Kretz (ex-STONE TEMPLE PILOTS) - Drums
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