AGENT STEEL Postpone Album, Tour
AGENT STEEL have posted the following update via their official web site:
"We have some disappointing news to announce. We've have been re-recording tracks to our long overdue album. Due to technical difficulties we lost data — actual tracks (our hard drive crashed!). But no worries, Bernie has been putting in long hours on the engineering duties and we are glad to report the intricacies have been repaired (this should only set us back about a month). The selective live West Coast dates we are planning are being rescheduled for December. Regarding our European tour, it has been postponed for 2003. Our priority is getting this recording mixed and released. (We should be finished with the work by December)."
The follow-up to "Omega Conspiracy", tentatively entitled "Order of the Illuminati/Agent Steel Vol. 4", will contain the following track listing:
02. Dead Eyes
03. Earth Under Lucifer
05. Forever Black
06. Human Bullet
08. 10 Fists Of Nation
09. Final Dawn (instrumental)
10. A Death That Lasts Forever
11. Hole In The Sky (bonus track)
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