Nuclear Blast recording artists STEEL PROPHET have parted ways with vocalist Rick Mythiasin due to "musical and personal differences". The split was reportedly amicable and the remaining members of STEEL PROPHET would like to wish Mythiasin all the best in his future musical endeavors. As for the future of STEEL PROPHET, bassist Vince Dennis says that "the band is excited about the future and will continue on with a new vocalist as soon as possible". The group will release their fifth release for Nuclear Blast, entitled Unseen, on July 29th in Europe, followed by a September 17th release date in North America. The album, which was recently completed, will be the band's final release featuring Mythiasin on vocals.

Vocalists that are interested in auditioning for STEEL PROPHET should contact Jeff Keller Management at [email protected], or via mail at P.O. Box 485, Pollock Pines, CA 95726, USA.

For more information on STEEL PROPHET, visit the group's official web site at this location.


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