CRYOGENIC Debut New Vocalist At Showcase Gigs

Australia's CRYOGENIC will be playing two very special showcase gigs during the month of February. These shows are being used to test new material from their forthcoming album and most of all to showcase their recently announced new frontman Steve Simmons (ex-HENRY'S ANGER). This will be the first time that CRYOGENIC has played in Sydney in nearly 12 months. There will be two shows only and both are to be held in Sydney. The first show is an over 18's at The Annandale Hotel on Saturday the 16th of February. Special guests include JERK and AGAUGEFOR. The second show is an all-ages mini-festival called Summerslam and it will be in Sydney's Western Suburbs at the Parramatta P.C.Y.C. The show has been moved to Saturday the 23rd of February. Other artists include JERK, REDSANDS, ULTRANOISE and Adelaide's own TRUTH CORRODED.


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