San Francisco, California's APIARY has posted a new pre-production track, entitled "Borrowed Teeth, Borrowed Claws", on the band's MySpace page. The song will be featured on APIARY's upcoming sophmore album, due later in the year via Ironclad/Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded by Steve Austin (CONVERGE, LAMB OF GOD, DEADGUY, CABLE, UNSANE) at Austin Enterprise in Nashville, Tennessee and is currently being mixed. The song is the first to feature new singer Makh Daniels alongside guitarist Chris Brock, bassist Tyler Jensen and drummer Dan Sneddon.
Commented guitarist Chris Brock: "This is a rough demo of 'Borrowed Teeth, Borrowed Claws' we did at our new bassist Tyler's house a little while ago. It's rough around the edges and not polished, but we think it rocks."
He added, "Our new album sounds like the end of 'Robocop 2', only it's Murphy taking 100 hits of Nuke and killing Cain, Lewis, OCP and the rest of Delta City.
'We are proud and can't wait for you all to hear it. Enjoy the demo!"
The band has also posted some new footage from the recording sessions for the new record. Watch it below.
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