APARTMENT 26 Dropped By Hollywood Records, In Search Of New Label Home

Britain's APARTMENT 26—the group fronted by Biff Butler, son of BLACK SABBATH bassist Geezer Butler—have reportedly been dropped by Hollywood Records and are currently seeking a new record deal with the help of manager Gloria Butler (Biff's mom and Geezer's wife). APARTMENT 26's debut CD, Hallucinating, was issued in May 2000 and featured a guest appearance by FEAR FACTORY frontman Burton C. Bell on the "bonus" track “Void”. As previously reported, APARTMENT 26 are scheduled to support PITCHSHIFTER at 2000 A.D.'s 25th Anniversary Party at the Ministry of Sound in London on February 28th.


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