OSI Featuring FATES WARNING, DREAM THEATER Members: New CD Title, Track Listing Revealed

OSI (OFFICE OF STRATEGIC INFLUENCE), the project featuring FATES WARNING guitarist Jim Matheos, ex-DREAM THEATER keyboardist Kevin Moore, DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy and FATES WARNING/ARMORED SAINT bassist Joey Vera, have set "Free" as the tentative title of their sophomore album, due in Germany on March 31 via InsideOut Music.

The drums for "Free" were recorded November 18-20, 2005 at Carriage House Studios in Connecticut while the mixdown took place last month.

"Free" tentative track listing:

01. Sure You Will
02. Free
03. Go
04. All Gone Now
05. Home Was Good
06. Bigger Wave
07. Kicking
08. Better
09. Simple Life
10. Once
11. Our Town

OSI's debut album, which came out in 2003 via InsideOut Music, featured former CYNIC bassist Sean Malone.

(Thanks: Valmor Pedretti Jr.)

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