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  1. As the frontman and guitarist for LK, Becvare reveled in it's revolving cast of rogue friends and players. The LustKillers songs stand as a testament to Becvare's influences and Rock 'n Roll life story. Becvare moved to Hollywood at age 18 only to lose it all by 21 in Chicago.

  2. 1 de abr. de 2009 · In 2003, founding members Brian James (Damned) and Dave Tregunna (Sham69) recruited Adam Becvare of LustKillers, and later Black Halos, to front their Lords of the New Church Reformation in...

  3. 17 de feb. de 2010 · “Nunca pensé que The Black Halos fueran Punk” Recientemente pudisteis leer en esta misma web la primera entrevista con un medio español que realizaba Billy Hopeless tras la disolución de The Black Halos. En ella, un Hopeless desmedido arremetía contra sus antiguos compañeros, dirigiendo especial saña contra Adam Becvare. La polémica se adueñó de estas […]

  4. 1 de jun. de 2011 · LUSTKILLERS, ex- LORDS OF THE NEW CHURCH frontman Adam Becvare talks to LRI. June 1, 2011 | By John Parks. Q: Where has Adam Becvare been all these years? A: Well let’s see, I first left Rockford for Hollywood after high school. I had all these Musicians Institute ideas in my head but the lifestyle caught up with me first.

  5. Adam Wm. Becvar. Profile: A contributing member of such notable Rock acts as The Heartdrops (NYC), American Heartbreak (SF), and The Black Halos (BC), Adam Becvare has lived and died across North America to tour the earth, all the while revisiting the self indulgence of his own band The LustKillers.

  6. As the frontman and guitarist for LK, Becvare reveled in it's revolving cast of rogue friends and players. The LustKillers songs stand as a testament to Becvare's influences and Rock 'n Roll life story. Becvare moved to Hollywood at age 18 only to lose it all by 21 in Chicago.

  7. They were replaced by guitarist Adam Becvare and bassist Denyss McKnight. In 2005, they signed with Liquor & Poker Music, released the album Alive Without Control and headed off for a 7-week, 40-show tour of Europe. In 2007, The Black Halos signed with History Music and, in 2008, released their fourth album, We Are Not Alone.