AMONG THIEVES: Live Video Posted Online

AMONG THIEVES have posted a streaming video sample of "My Mistake" from their forthcoming "Soundscam" Enhanced CD at this location.

The band, who feature in their ranks former LIFE OF AGONY bassist Alan Robert and BIOHAZARD drummer Danny Schuler, will release "Soundscam" on May 28 through Japan's Daymare Recordings.

The 11-track CD includes three studio tracks produced and mixed by Michael Barbiero (METALLICA, GUNS N' ROSES) and seven live songs recorded by Brian Dobbs (METALLICA, FU MANCHU, MANMADEGOD, VOIVOD) and mixed by Schuler. As a bonus, the CD features a brand-new, acoustic version of "Voices".

The live tracks were recorded live at Irving Plaza in New York City when AMONG THIEVES opened for LIFE OF AGONY at their sold-out reunion shows this past January. European and U.S. distribution for the album will be finalized shortly.


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