Manmade God

Manmade God

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Manmade God was an American hard rock band from San Francisco, California. They gained prominence in 2003, touring with various mainstream acts and releasing one self-titled album in late summer. The group disbanded the following year, however, with the departure of its vocalist and an apparent split with their record label, American Recordings.


Early years (2001-2002)

Formed upon the hiatus of Forbidden in 2001, Manmade God featured both its guitarist Craig Locicero and drummer Steve Jacobs. The new project was joined by bassist James Walker and filled out when Locicero came across a newspaper ad by Pann, a singer on the verge of ending his attempts at music success. The guitarist reflected, "Before Pann joined, we were more of a finger painting experiment; it never felt like a band. Pann just made all the difference, having direction and emotion."

Within two weeks of formation, Manmade God debuted at the Boomerang Club and played elsewhere in the San Francisco Bay area. They soon met Stone Temple Pilots drummer Eric Kretz who was impressed enough to produce their 3-song demo. While playing, the group soon realized they were not ready to showcase for major labels yet and continued recording. Their material caught the attention of Brian Joseph Dobbs who helped record their next demo at The Plant Studios in Sausalito, California.

According to Locicero, "Every management...
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