"Noize Bone", was established in the summer of 2004 when three former members of "Double Barrel" (Gary Mascetti, Bill Hoffman, and Dan Etnire) held auditions for a second guitarist and a lead singer. The band was focused on creating a sound that would deviate from the typical classic-rock, punk-rock, and death-metal stereotypes that populated the local music scene. The band found the powerful voice they were looking for in singer Randy Altergott, former lead singer of "Full Circle", and completed the roster with the addition of John Caprise, whose wild and melodic guitar riffs delivered the final punch the band was searching for.
After months of hard work, the first original songs were finished, and the band rehearsed night and day to prepare for the first time in front of a live audience.
The first live performance was at Alice Cooper'sTown in Phoenix, AZ. Competing in Alice's "Christmas Pudding" battle-of-the-bands contest, Noize Bone performed twice and battled through the selection process to be among the top finalists.
In 2005, the band kept busy playing shows throughout Arizona. In October '05, Noize Bone began recording their' first original CD at Full Clip Studios in Phoenix, AZ.
Currently, the band has released their' debut CD, and is touring throughout Arizona.