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  1. Agent Steel is a speed metal band from Los Angeles, California, United States, formed in by vocalist John Cyriis with drummer Chuck Profus. The band released two full-length albums, and one EP before disbanding in They were most notable for Cyriis' high-pitched vocals, catchy songs, melodic riffs, and fast tempos mixed in with interest in UFOs.
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  3. Unstoppable Force Omega Conspiracy Order Of The Illuminati Earth Under Lucifer (Single) Alienigma Not very often does a band I grew up with succeed in making me smile wide when the opening chords of a new album are implemented, but Agent Steel has proven there is much life beyond John Cyriis.
  4. Earth Under Lucifer is a logical release for a band that used to have a vocalist with an outstanding voice. Sometimes it's necessary for a band to prove that the new guy is up to the level of the previous one, and considering that such a band as Anthrax saw it fit to release The Greater of Two Evils, it would not be fair to blame Agent Steel for this little EP.
  5. Unstoppable Force Agent Steel. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Skeptics Apocalypse THE MIGHTY ''AGENT STEEL ''IS BACK!! LONG LIVE METAL!!!! Read more. 4 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Mr. Matthew J. Rasmussen. out of 5 stars Metalheads Unite! We may just be in for an Earth Under Lucifer!! People /5(14).
  6. Agent Steel, U.S.A., Speed Metal, Thrash Metal, download, descarga, discography, discografia.
  7. In an era that very few people still consider them the "Masters of Metal", Agent Steel still carries on the legacy of quality Heavy Metal. By about half of the fans (including myself), the band's last two efforts, 'Omega Conspiracy' () and 'Order Of The Illuminati' (), are considered as good or maybe even better than their work in the eighties.

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