STEEL PROPHET: 'Leatherette' Video Posted Online

California-based power metallers STEEL PROPHET have uploaded the video for their track "Leatherette" at this location (Quicktime, 11 MB).

"Leatherette" comes off the group's latest CD, "Beware", which was released in July through Nightmare Records in the U.S., Massacre Records in Europe, Canada and Australia, and Megahard Records in South America.

STEEL PROPHET guitarist Steve Kachinsky recently had the following to say about the "Leatherette" video: "It was directed by David Bellino, and he did a great job for us. Major thanks to him and Kevin Cafferty for setting up all the gear, etc. at Plus 8 Video for us. It was shot on a HDTV camera and is super close to film. I doubt a lot of people could tell the difference. We had a great group of extras come out, without giving away the story line, which I actually know nothing about anyway, there are some weird characters, belly dancers, etc. One of the three 'Leatherettes' who turned out was also in a couple PRIEST and CRÜE videos back in the day, and she's still looking good."


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