FATES WARNING Guitarist Working On New OFFICE OF STRATEGIC INFLUENCE Album

Former CYNIC/OSI (OFFICE OF STRATEGIC INFLUENCE) and current GORDIAN KNOT bassist Sean Malone has posted the following message on his official web site:

"Speaking with Jim [Matheos, FATES WARNING guitarist] recently, the new OSI CD is currently being written. As it stands, a different rhythm section will be employed this time around (though I don't know if things are set as of this posting). Jim's working with Kevin [Moore, OSI/ex-DREAM THEATER keyboardist] right now and I think they are shooting for this fall/winter. If that changes, I'll be sure to update, but that is the extent of the OSI news that I have."

OSI's debut album featured Matheos, Moore, Malone and DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy. It was released in 2003 via InsideOut Music.

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