APIARY, the San Francisco Bay Area band formed out of the ashes of local favorites CLEARING AUTUMN SKIES and SOMETHING MUST DIE, have completed the songwriting process for their debut album, entitled "Lost in Focus". "We go into Castle Ultimate Studios with Zack Ohren on engineering/mixing/mastering duties for most of January," the band write in a press release. "We should be done Jan. 30th, just in time for the SCARLET/ THE ESOTERIC/ FIGHT PARIS/ CALICO SYSTEM show in San Francisco on Jan. 31st. While we are in the studio we will be giving in-depth updates daily on www.apiarymusic.com and www.myspace.com/apiary with the details of how the recording is going."'Lost in Focus' will be coming out in April 2006 on Ironclad Recordings/Metal Blade Records and we expect to hit the road in early March 2006 and stay out for the rest of the year."
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