DEF IGNITION: SKINLAB Side-Project To Post Music Online

DEF IGNITION, the San Francisco Bay Area-based band led by SKINLAB's Steev Esquivel, will be making two demo songs available for streaming via their official web site (currently under construction) beginning tonight (March 15). The tracks "Lost Memories" and "By a Thread" were both recorded with Chris Hanson (TECHNOCRACY, PRIMATE, MACHINE HEAD) and are said to feature a more melodic direction than that of Esquivel's main outfit.

In other news, the band recently replaced bassist Johnny Montanio (ex-43, IMPLANT) with Scott Proctor, formerly of LAVABONE. The group's upcoming shows are as follows:

Apr. 16 – Rooster's Roadhouse – Alameda, CA (w/ TWO TONGUE TRIBE, PAIN FACTOR, PRIMATE, BENT)
Apr. 30 – Bouron St. – Concord, CA (w/ PRONG, PRIMATE, DISPLACE)

DEF 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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