California metal veterans AGENT STEEL performed with their original singer John Cyriis at this year's edition of the Sweden Rock Festival, which was held June 8-11, 2011 in Slvesborg in southern Sweden. Fan filmed footage of the show can be viewed below.
It had been reported the performance at Sweden Rock would be Cyriis's last ever with AGENT STEEL. This, however, was refuted by the singer himself during the festival.
The band's setlist was as follows:
01. The Day At Guyana 02. Unstoppable Force 03. Never Surrender 04. Traveler 05. Children Of The Sun 06. Rager 07. Mad Locust Rising 08. Nothin' Left 09. Agents Of Steel 10. Bleed For The Godz 11. Guilty As Charged
Cyriis returned to the group in 2010 after a 23-year absence and performed at the Thrash Domination festival in Tokyo last September. The singer's appearance with AGENT STEEL at Keep It True festival in Germany in April 2011 was cancelled. Instead, the rest of the bandmembers performed under the moniker MASTERS OF METAL with replacement singer Rick Mythiasin (STEEL PROPHET).
Cyriis appeared on AGENT STEEL's first three releases "Skeptics Apocalypse" (1985), "Mad Locust Rising" (1985) and "Unstoppable Force" (1987).
AGENT STEEL's fifth album, "Alienigma", was issued by Mascot Records on August 31, 2007.
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