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Apiary To Record Album in February 2008

Apiary have tapped Today Is The Day frontman/recording engineer Steve Austin (Converge, Lamb of God) to helm their second album for Ironclad Recordings/Metal Blade Records. The band will enter Austin Enterprise in Nashville, Tennessee on February 11th, 2008 to begin recording their upcoming record. This will be the first album to feature new vocalist Makh Daniels, guitarist Chris Brock and drummer Dan Sneddon.

Song titles include:

"The Man in Black Fled Across The Desert"
"Borrowed Teeth, Borrowed Claws"
"Safety Net Acrobat"
"Hand over hand, with rope they wait below, sing me a song, sing me a song now, Jim Crow"
"My Wife, My Widow"
"First name: William. Last name: Porter. (Beware the low men in yellow coats)"

Guests set to appear on the record include Steve Austin, Dan Weyandt (Zao), and Aaron Hall (California Love).

Vocalist Makh Daniels says: "Steve Austin is the fucking man. Not only has he recorded some of our favorite releases, but shit man, that dude is insane. Literally. Hand stamped and everything. Have you ever heard Today is the Day? It sounds like a carnival getting torched during the goddamn apocalypse! There are even children still on the rides! That is some fucked up shit! He will probably make us eat glass and record underwater with Great White sharks and shit, I don't fuckin’ know. He will definitely take our new songs, which are way more punk and nasty, to a whole new level with his recording expertise."

Source: Lambgoat

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