AMONG THIEVES: New Demo Posted Online

AMONG THIEVES, the New York-based band featuring former LIFE OF AGONY bassist Alan Robert and BIOHAZARD drummer Danny Schuler, have posted their recently-completed three-song demo via their official web site at this location. Produced by Michael Barbiero (METALLICA, GUNS N ROSES, LOSTPROPHETS, etc.), the recording includes a guest appearance by TYPE O NEGATIVE keyboardist Josh Silver, who lent his signature sound to the tracks "Problems of My Own" and "Seize the Day".

The three cuts available for download are as follows:

01. Consequence
02. Problems Of My Own
03. Seize The Day

AMONG THIEVES are currently seeking a record deal while contemplating several local live appearances during the coming weeks. Schuler, who recently replaced longtime drummer Will Shepler (ex-AGNOSTIC FRONT/MADBALL), will continue to be a member of BIOHAZARD and will perform with both groups as the schedule allows.


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