Reactivated Australian thrashers MORTAL SIN have added a couple of headlining dates to their upcoming itinerary. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
May 05 - Club Blink - Sydney, AUS
May 12 - The Arena – Brisbane, AUS *
May 14 - The Roundhouse - Sydney, AUS *
May 15 - The Palace - Melbourne, AUS *
May 16 - Heaven Nightclub - Adelaide, AUS *
May 18 - The Lookout - Perth, AUS *
May 20 – The Sands – Perth, AUS (w/ PATHOGEN, PYROMESH, ENFORCE)
* supporting ANTHRAX
MORTAL SIN recently parted ways with drummer Wayne Campbell and guitarist Joe Buttigieg. The group have already secured replacements in the shape of Luke Cook (drums) and Nathan Shae (guitar).
MORTAL SIN completed work on a three-song demo earlier in the year at Party Pig Studios in Sydney. The recording, featuring the cuts "Out of the Darkness", "Lost Within" and "Rise or Fall", marked the first time the band had laid down any new material since 1996.
MORTAL SIN's new album, "Far from Extinction", is tentatively due later in the year via an as-yet-undetermined label.
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