CAGE Joined By FAITH FACTOR Singer For IRON AND STEEL FEST II Performance (Video)

November 1, 2010

Fan-filmed video footage of San Diego, California-based metallers CAGE performing the song "Kill The Devil" on October 23, 2010 at the Iron And Steel Fest II in Reading, Pennsylvania — with a special guest appearance by singer Ski (FAITH FACTOR, ex-DEADLY BLESSING) — can be viewed below.

CAGE is currently working on material for its sixth album, tentatively due in early 2011. One of the group's new songs, "War Of The Undead", was debuted during CAGE's performances this past summer.

Founding bassist Mike Giordano and lead guitarist Anthony Wayne McGinnis recently left CAGE after many years of true metal madness, with Mike departing due to medical reasons and Anthony for family reasons. Replacing Mike is monster bassist Steve Brogden, who is the lead guitarist/vocalist for the aggressive power thrash metal band HOWLER. Replacing Anthony is shredding lead guitarist Garrett Peters of the melodic death metal band CLIMHAZZARD and punk metal band SAYAKA.

CAGE has been hard at work on its upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release, which will feature cover artwork done by Marc Sasso of DIO and HALFORD fame. According to the band, "This DVD will be packed with two full-length concerts and many one-off performances as well."

Pure Steel Records from Germany recently released CAGE's 2009 CD "Science Of Annihilation" as a double gatefold vinyl LP. The LPs are pressed on 180-gram vinyl and come in a double gatefold sleeve. It is a limited edition pressing of only 525 hand-numbered copies available worldwide, split up into 100 color and 425 black LPs.

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