AMONG THIEVES To Enter Studio With MICHAEL BARBIERO
New York's AMONG THIEVES, featuring former LIFE OF AGONY bassist Alan Robert and ex-AGNOSTIC FRONT drummer Will Shepler, will enter Water Music studio in Hoboken, New Jersey during September to record a three-song demo with legendary producer Michael Barbiero (i.e. METALLICA, GUNS 'N ROSES, BLUES TRAVELER, LIFE OF AGONY, LOSTPROPHETS). The cuts set to be laid down during the sessions are as follows:
01. Problems of My Own
03. Seize The Day
Acting as Executive A&R for the project is Bill McGathy (McGathy Promotions/In De Goot Entertainment/Rockstar2k), who was instrumental in discovering and breaking such multi-platinum acts as 3 DOORS DOWN, PUDDLE OF MUDD and CREED.
For more information, visit AMONG THIEVES' official web site at this location.
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