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Demonica

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Below is our complete Demonica news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Forbidden Issues New Album Update

Forbidden founding member / guitarist / songwriter Craig Locicero has issued the following update about working on a new album and the status of his other projects:

“Recently I've been getting bombarded with questions as to what exactly I am doing musically because I have so many updates about my different projects. Forbidden, SpiralArms, Demonica, and now Manmade God have all been thrown out there. So please let me explain a little bit.

“At the end of 2011, I made a commitment to myself: 2012 will be the year I have the most musical gratification and fun I will ever have had in my life. So far my mission is working out pretty well.

“Forbidden. We are writing a record presently and what we have so far is smoking-shit-hot-thrash-attack! Sasha Horn has been a lightning rod for our original energy since he's joined up. The only issue we have is the amount of time we get to spend together with Steve Smyth and Sasha both living elsewhere. But we have our 'Four Dates of the Apocalypse' coming up here in April and we finish that up in Santiago, Chile and Sao Paulo, Brazil! That will be awesome. While we get together to practice, we also work on new songs. Then, it’s Wacken in August and recording the new record before the end of the year for a 2013 release. I sure hope there is a 2013! More...

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Forbidden Splits With Drummer, Cancels Tour

Blabbermouth.net is reporting that San Francisco thrash act Forbidden has parted ways with drummer Mark Hernandez due to family obligations.

The split has also caused Forbidden to cancel the band's previously announced upcoming European tour dates. Both front man Craig Locicero and Mark Hernandez also perform with Demonica, which was the opening act for the upcoming tour.

Details on the band's replacement drummer and any rescheduled tour dates will be announced as they are made available.

You can also check out Forbidden's latest music video for the song "Omega Wave" by navigating your browser over to this location.

Read the full article at Blabbermouth.

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Demonica Added To Forbidden's European Tour

U.S./Danish thrash act Demonica (not to be confused with Demonical), which features Craig Locicero of Forbidden, has now been added to the Omega Wave Over Europe 2011 tour with Forbidden and Communic. The bands will tour across the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Hungary and Poland before the trek comes to its end.

The confirmed tour dates are as follows:

26.08.2011 NL Kerkrade - Rock Temple
27.08.2011 BE Deinze - Alcatraz Metal Festival
28.08.2011 NL Eindhoven - Dynamo
30.08.2011 DE Aschaffenburg - Colos-Saal
31.08.2011 DE Karlsruhe - Stadtmitte
01.09.2011 CH Aarau - KiFF
02.09.2011 IT Milano - Live Club
03.09.2011 DE Ingolstadt - Paradox
04.09.2011 HU Budapest - Club 202
06.09.2011 PL Warsaw - Progresja
07.09.2011 PL Wroclaw - Firlej
08.09.2011 DE Braunschweig - Schweinebärmann
09.09.2011 DE Osnabrück - Bastard Club
10.09.2011 DE Essen - Turock

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Demonica Posts New Music Video Online

California metal band DEMONICA has posted the music video for their new song, "Demon Class," online. The song comes off their new album, "Demonstrous," which was released on February 17th through Massacre Records. Watch the music video below:

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Demonica Posts New Song, "Demon Class," Online

California thrash metal band Demonica has released a new song, "Demon Class," on their MySpace page.

Demonica's lineup is as follows:

Craig Locicero (Forbidden, Spiral Arms): Lead Guitars
Hank Shermann (Mercyful Fate): Lead Guitars
Klaus hyr (Demonica): Vocals
Marc Grabowski (Corruption): Bass
Mark Hernandez (Forbidden, Defiance): Drums

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