SUMMER SALE GIVE AWAY AT CRUZ DEL SUR

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Hello folks,

as mid-summer is approaching, is time for a vacation for part of the Cruz Del Sur Music team, including me.

While we are working hard to deliver the forthcoming releases of MAUSOLEUM GATE, CONVENT GUILT and APOSTLE OF SOLITUDE in time, shipments from our online-store will be suspended until August 20th.

BUT, and there is a BIIIIG “BUT” here, we have a great sale-off campaign going on!

We have decided to extend the successful T-SHIRT SALE OFF CAMPAIGN (ending August 31st)  to dozens of other products to be found now at the incredible price of 1,00€ / 3,00€ / 5,00€ !!!

You are strongly invited to visit Cruz Del Sur Music store and take advantage of this offer! Most of the releases are “last copies”, so first come, first serve!

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I also would like to remind you we have still available a very LIMITED quantity of the STEEL PROPHET’s album “Omniscient”, DIGIBOOK version, released July 4th.

We only have 83 copies left of the original 1000 pressed, if you’d like to get a copy, I think this is the best moment to order before it’s too late.

Have a great summer in METAL!

Enrico / Cruz Del Sur Music

STEEL PROPHET: “Omniscient”‘s 10-min teaser online

STEEL PROPHET has released today a 10-min video/audio teaser for its upcoming album “Omniscient” which will hit the streets on July 8th in the U.S. and on July 11th in Europe.

“Omniscient” marks the return of the originators of the ‘Progressive Power Metal’ movement  10 years after their last full length studio recording. It features the powerful metal melodies of founding members Steve Kachinsky Blakmoor and Rick Mythiasin.

This teaser follows the release of two video clips on YouTube – “666 Is Everywhere (the Heavy Metal Blues)”  and “Tree of Knowledge” , both filmed by Agent Steel’s guitarist Bernie Versailles -, and features original artworks by acclaimed German artist Timo Würz. Besides working on “Omniscient” cover artwork, Würz has also painted 12 originals panels to illustrate the story narrated in “Omniscient”.

“Omniscient” concept is actually based on an original story written by STEEL PROPHET’s guitarist Steve Kachinsky Blakmoor. The limited edition 36-page digibook features the entire story, while the regular edition compact disc only has its introduction. But do not worry, as there will be a special link where fans will be able to download the story. “Omniscient” will also be released on digital and Gatefold double LP edition (available after summer).

“Omniscient” also contains the cover of QUEEN’s classic “Bohemian Rhapsody” which the band successfully presented  on the Keep It True Festival’s stage last year.

Cruz Del Sur Music has opened today the pre-orders for the album through our online store:

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STEEL PROPHET releases the “Tree of Knowledge” video

STEEL PROPHET released “Tree of Knowledge”, the second video clip taken from the forthcoming album “Omniscient”, which is due on July 11 in Europe and July 8 in the U.S. on Cruz del Sur Music. Firstly streamed exclusively at www.apochs.net earlier this week, the video is now available on our YouTube channel. Please subscribe to keep updated on our bands’ engaging videoclips!

To see STEEL PROPHET‘s previous “Omniscient” video clip, titled “666 is Everywhere”, please follow this link.

“Omniscient” will be released in less than 3 weeks in a limited edition 36-page digibook, compact disc (24-page booklet) and digital album. We regret to inform the fans that, because of production delays, the vinyl edition is postponed to late August.

This much anticipated record comes ten years after the band’s latest studio release, and will be a concept album based on an original story written by STEEL PROPHET‘s guitarist and founder member Steve Kachinsky Blakmoor. Famous German artist Timo Würz delivered an amazing cover artwork, and prepared 12 original booklet illustrations which help explain the lyrics and story itself.

STEEL PROPHET is not new to telling stories throughout concept albums: in fact, its 1999 classic “Dark Hallucinations” featured the “Fahrenheit 451” story by Ray Bradbury. “Omniscient” will certainly continue the tradition in great style.