APARTMENT 26: New Song Available For Download

APARTMENT 26 — the group fronted by Biff Butler, son of BLACK SABBATH bassist Geezer Butler — have posted a rough-mix version of a new song, titled "Strike", at this location. "Strike" comes off the group's forthcoming sophomore CD, "Music For The Massive", due late summer through Atlantic Records.

The CD, which was produced by Tchad Blake and APARTMENT 26 at Real World Studios, Peter Gabriel's state-of-the-art recording studios in Wiltshire near Bath, England, will feature the following track listing:

01. Starwars
02. 88
03. Strike
04. Stupid World
05. 5 Day Rental
06. Be My Friend
07. New Year's Resolution
08. Kick To The Head
09. Summer
10. Close Your Eyes
11. Heaven
12. Axel F

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".


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