STRYPER Frontman To Guest On KATET Album

July 1, 2009

STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet makes a guest appearance on "Quantum Journey", the new album from Boston-area rockers KATET. Due on August 11 via Versailles Records, the features Sweet on the track "Still Forgiven".

According to a press release, "KATET is comprised of four musicians with extraordinary chemistry who bring together a variety of influences. As a unit, this band offers tight grooves, strong riffs, and compelling lyrics."

KATET has previously appeared on tribute albums to KISS and GUNS N' ROSES, and will contribute to the forthcoming CD "Wicked Garden: A Millennium Tribute to Stone Temple Pilots".

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