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Basic info
Name Steel Kingdom
Formed On 2003
# of Members 5
Homepage www.steelkingdom.net
 
Contact/Booking info
Name Tom (TK) Kennedy
Phone 585-281-8136
E-mail tkennedy@rochester.rr.com
Misc

Description
Steel Kingdom is an eclectic neo-classical power metal band hailing from Rochester, New York. With the release of their second full-length album, Reforged/Refined, and 3rd album on its way, they continue to refine their sound and leave audiences stunned by the caliber of their musicianship and energy of their stage presence. In addition to regional programming, their music can be heard on SIRIUS satellite radio, and they have been featured on MSN and UVTV. Drawing on influences from a variety of genres, their music successfully bridges the gap between energy and complexity. With firm backgrounds in metal, rock, classical, jazz, prog, new age, and everything in between, Steel Kingdom continually strives to push the limits of emotional expression. Each member brings his own massive experience, which combines into a tight, well-rounded unit that impresses both fans and critics alike.



Roster
Mike Caputo- Guitar
Christian Pelligrino- Bass
TK Kennedy- Drums
Mistress Fauna- Vocals
Jeff Cummings- Guitar

Influences
Metal Church, Rhapsody, Iron Maiden, Dream Theater, Sonata Artica, Stratovarious, Saxon, Raven, Genesis, early Metallica, Motorhead, Anvil, Slayer , Rush, Yes, Kamelot, Priest, etc...

History
Formed in 2003, 3 full length albums, worldwide sales, 1 professional music video and many fan videos, SIRIUS satellite radio airplay, and have been featured on MSN and UVTV.
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