Former BIOHAZARD Guitarist Keeping Busy With SUICIDE CITY, Production Work
Former BIOHAZARD and current SUICIDE CITY guitarist Billy Graziadei has sent the following update to BLABBERMOUTH.NET:
"SUICIDE CITY is being courted by labels but we want to be left alone to do our thing, be a band, make music and have some awesome shows. Just rocked The Continental [in New York City] last Friday night and blew the roof off the joint! I'm busy with SUICIDE CITY on an extensive tour of the Northeast. On days off I'm home working with some new up-and-coming bands: ASHES ARE NUTRITIOUS, NO HOLLYWOOD ENDING, and I've also just finished working on Vinny Stigma's (AGNOSTIC FRONT guitarist) new album for his band STIGMA. The band kicked out some awesome tracks. Watch out for them in 2006!!"
In addition to Graziadei, SUICIDE CITY features in its ranks former KITTIE bassist Jennifer Arroyo. Since the May 2005 release of their self-financed EP, entitled "Not My Year", the band have reportedly sold over 4,000 CDs hand to hand, without the help of "proper" distribution.
For more information, visit www.suicidecity.com.
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