Let Us Prey
A blend of metal, electronic and punk sounds, LET US PREY is a collection of razor-sharp tracks crossing several genres, destined to leave a mark. The mastermind behind the mayhem is Detroit native Stevie Banch, a vocalist/guitarist who sets forth to defy categories and destroy limitations. Influenced heavily by punk and metal, Spyder Baby's 2004 demo BUGS CRAWL IN caused a stir large enough to catch the attention of Ministry's Al Jourgensen, who took Banch under his wing not long after it's release. Banch then headed into the studio to record and produce Spyder Baby's debut LP LET US PREY, featuring a Jourgensen remix and co-production of "Bitter". Spyder Baby's signing to Blind Prophecy records will see it's worldwide release early 2008.