AGENT STEEL Announces First Show Of 2008
California-based power metal band AGENT STEEL will perform its first show of 2008 on Saturday, February 16 at the New Rainbow bar/club in Juarez, Mexico (just across the El Paso, Texas Santa Fe Bridge). Also scheduled to appear are HELSTAR and special guests HISTERIA and INNOCENT EXILE.
AGENT STEEL guitarist Juan Garcia was recently interviewed by "Whiplash", a weekly metal show on Belgian national radio Studio Brussel. Listen to the chat in streaming audio at this location.
AGENT STEEL last year announced the addition of bassist Robert Cardenas (COFFIN TEXTS) to the group's ranks.
AGENT STEEL last fall completed a European tour with VICIOUS RUMORS and AFTER ALL in support of its new album, "Alienigma", which was released on Mascot Records.
Fan-filmed video footage of AGENT STEEL's September 8, 2007 concert at the Join in Noordwijk, the Netherlands can be viewed below.
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