AGENT STEEL: New Album Is 'By Far Our Heaviest Work'
California-based metallers AGENT STEEL have issued the following update:
"Just got new mixes from producer Bill Metoyer and the songs are sounding huge, heavy, with lots of depths and very intense and almost ready! Our record company [Holland's Mascot Records] just told us they need the final mixes real soon; meaning that we need to finish up.
"We just received some artwork from Dimitri Patelis and the cover is coming along; very epic and almost complete; We are proud of Dimitri's work!
"If you don't know; the new AGENT STEEL album will be entitled 'Alienigma'. I think the diehard fans will enjoy the new album (keep an open mind because we really pushed ourselves on this one). It's by far our heaviest work (I know most bands say that shit) but in this case it's really true. Fave new songs so far: 'Fashioned from Dust', 'Extinct', 'Wormwood', 'Hybridized', 'Tiamats Fall'."
"Alienigma" projected track listing:
01. Wash the Planet Clean
02. Lamb to the Slaugher
03. Fashioned from Dust
04. Hail to the Chief
05. Tiamats Fall
10. Liberty Lying Bleeding
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