AGENT STEEL Film Hollywood Show For Possible Release

California-based metallers AGENT STEEL have issued the following update:

"Thanks to all the metalheads who came out and showed metal support at the Key Club show on June 1st in West Hollywood; overall a real good metal show and it was nice to have Bernie Versailles back in the live mix on guitars. We had lots of video cameras rolling capturing live footage for possible bonus features in the not-too-distant future. It was also enjoyable to unleash the whole 'Skeptics Apocalypse' album live for the hometown (what fun songs to play live!).

"We are scheduled for a live appearance in San Francisco, CA on Saturday, July 9th along with TESTAMENT, VICIOUS RUMORS, LAAZ ROCKIT, IMAGIKA, HIRAX and others at the 'Thrash Against Cancer' benefit show at The Pound (visit for more detailed information). We've started relearning/reworking the new songs for pre-production for the new album, we'll keep you posted."


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