Mexico's FULL METAL FEST 'Postponed'

California-based metallers AGENT STEEL have issued the following update:

"AGENT STEEL was en route to the Los Angeles airport when they received notice that the Full Metal Fest in Mexico City set forth to take place this Saturday, March 3rd got postponed!

"We are disappointed, we feel bad for the metal fans, but this is not our fault. We did not cancel [and] we were ready to go and perform; actually all the bands were ready, OMEN and HELSTAR were at the airport in Texas, ANVIL were ready to as well. We know SODOM wants to reschedule the show and so does AGENT STEEL."

Producer Bill Metoyer is currently mixing the new AGENT STEEL album, entitled "Alienigma". The CD, which will contain 10 brand new songs, will be released later this year on Mascot Records. A European tour with labelmates VICIOUS RUMORS will follow in September.

"Alienigma" track listing:

01. Wash the Planet Clean
02. Lamb to the Slaugher
03. Fashioned From Dust
04. Hail to the Chief
05. Tiamats Fall
06. Extinct
07. WPD
08. Hibridized
09. Wormwod
10. Liberty Lying Bleeding


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