AGENT STEEL Set Spring Release Date For New CD

AGENT STEEL have posted the following update via their official web site:

"We would like to thank everyone that have contacted us regarding the 3 new audio clips ('Avenger', 'Earth Under Lucifer', 'Human Bullet') that we posted for previewing … The feedback has been very positive indeed!!! We've been talking to a few European labels about the release of the new record [titled 'Order Of The Illuminati - Agent Steel 4'] and the response has been dynamic. We are still tracking some guitar solos and overdubs, and we hope to mix down in January, 2003 … Our goal is to be finished by the end of January 2003. There will be no official live shows until the last song is mixed and mastered, so again we have to postpone any live shows. However, we have been invited to perform at this year's L.A. Metal Hellfest III. We are foreseeing an April/May 2003 release date for Europe with a tour to support the release."


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