Former AVENGER Frontman Launches CARDINAL SYNNE
Following his departure from AVENGER last fall, vocalist Ian Davison Swift has recruited four pious men under the moniker CARDINAL SYNNE.
According to a press release, "CARDINAL SYNNE has one goal in mind.....to locate heretics and by the improper application of the force of rock, ensure that they repent and dedicate themselves to the true faith. The CARDINAL dictates that true initiates display their demotion in the correct manner! Men wear denim, leather and stained t-shirts, and women wear everything a size too small. It may be a painful experience... but CARDINAL SYNNE is here to save you!!! Recant, heretics, or face rock 'n' roll damnation!"
CARDINAL SYNNE is:
Brother Ian: Vocals/Master of the service
Brother Huw: Bass & Chief Inquisitor
Brother Antony: Guitars & Chief Witchsmeller
Brother John: Guitars & Religious Dogma
Brother Dave: Drums & Curator of the Communion Wine
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/cardinalsynne.
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