STEEL PROPHET guitarist Steve Kachinsky has issued the following update on the recording sessions for the group's new album, entitled "Beware":
"Hey All Steelheads, The album is finally finished! Begun on March 5th, and completed May 18th, 2004. Cover art should be posted soon on our web site, which is www.steelprophet.com!
"It's going to be interesting to us to hear the criticism for this record as it's the first with [singer] Nadir and also my first engineering job for the band. Of note: all my solos and a bunch of rhythm tracks were recorded with a broken middle finger on my fretting hand. The finger may need surgery in the future and I'll hear more about that later, so for the time being no gigs are planned. Hopefully everything can be worked out soon and we can hit the road.
"From first listens people have said the album has maybe our catchiest collection of songs ever. Hope they're not lying!
"The album will be out June 28th in Europe, Canada and Australia through Massacre Records. We'll announce very soon more details on the different versions of the album, as well as our newly signed licensing deals for USA and South America. Please stay tuned."
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