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Alarum is also the Shakespearian spelling for alarm. Look up alarum in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (November 2010) Alarum Origin Melbourne, Australia Genres Progressive metal Jazz fusion Technical metal Years active 1992–present (???) Labels Willowtip, Earache Associated acts The Berzerker, Dreadnaught Website www.alarum.com.au Members Mark Palfreyman Mark Evans Rob Brens Past members Luke Morris Lester Perry Matthew Racovalis Scott Young Alarum are a 4-piece progressive technical metal jazz-fusion band from Melbourne, Australia. They are stylistically quite similar to early-90's pioneers Atheist and Cynic. They are also known to play Death covers in live shows—another band which influences them greatly. In 2009 Alarum was working on their third album, Natural Causes Album was set for release in December 2010 but probably it will not be released, cause an internal fracture between band's members. At recent live shows, they have played four new songs - the title track Natural Causes, Latin, and two other songs which have the amusing working titles of Liquorland and Thirsty Camel (named after bottle shops). Guitarist Scott Young and drummer Matthew Racovalis left the band in 2007 with the latter replaced by Rob Brens, with the band still looking for a replacement for Young. Contents 1 Members 1.1 Current 1.2 Former 2 Discography 3 References 4 External links // Members Current Mark Palfreyman – Bass guitar/Vocals Rob Brens – Drums Mark Evans – Lead Guitar/Guitar Synth Ryan Williams – Guitar, Live 2009 Former Scott Young – Guitar Matthew Racovalis – Drums Lester Perry – Bass Guitar Luke Morris – Vocals Discography Fluid Motion (1999) Eventuality... (2004) References External links Official Alarum website (currently unavailable) Alarum at My Space Alarum at Willowtip Records Alarum 'Velocity' clip