I'm Alexandra, the female bassist for 'Origins Of Adam' here in the Phoenix area. 'Origins Of Adam' is currently looking for a lead guitar shredder and possibly even a keyboad player to complete our line-up and keep our sound immense live onstage as well. You must have pro-gear, pro-attitude, a Metal appearance and stage presence. Please hit us up if this is you!! We are an original hybrid Metal band combining the old-school Metal influences of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden and Metal Church with the raw influences of Lamb of God, Arch Enemy, Iced Earth, Amon Amarth, etc... We have a stellar vocalist named Douglas Diercks, who has an amazing range and ability to sing every style of Metal and a very original and creative guitarist and song writer named Nathan Garduno. There are several songs for you to check out on Reverberation nation. We plan on doing even more recording soon. We are all veterans of the Phoenix Metal Scene and have played in several notable bands here through the years. I had played with the legendary 'St. Madness' for 4 years as well as 'Sulfuric Angel' & 'Secrets Of Lost Empires' and plenty of other bands in other cities as well. I've played many shows and have recording and touring experience as well. Find me on F-a-c-e-b-o-o-k as Alexandra Luciak or hit up Douglas Diercks, our vocalist for more info.

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May 17 2009
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Gigs played:
Over 100
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2-3 times per week
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Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), Steve Harris (Iron Maiden), and Justin Chancellor (Tool) for bass influences...
I love Old School Metal, Progressive Metal, Death Metal, Neo-Classical Metal, and most really good, guitar-oriented heavy music. i.e.: Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Metal Church, Megadeth, Amon Amarth, Nevermore, Arch Enemy, Arkona, Into Eternity, Nightwish, Iced Earth, Kataklysm and tons of other modern and old metal as well.

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2 ESP 5-string basses and an ESP 4-string through a 1,000 watt Hartke bass stack.