MORTAL SIN: New Live Photos Posted Online
HailMetal.com has uploaded several photos and a review of reunited Australian metal band MORTAL SIN performing live at The Corner Hotel, Richmond in Melbourne, Australia last Friday (June 11). Check it out here.
As previously reported, MORTAL SIN will release a DVD of their first show back on the road (March 5, 2004 at the Annandale Hotel in Sydney) later in the year. The DVD will contain the group's complete set from the March 5 gig, an interview with the band about its history and some rare footage of the recording of their classic 1987 debut, "Mayhemic Destruction", and shows from 1987 through to 1997.
MORTAL SIN — Mat Maurer (vocals), Wayne Campbell (drums), Andy Eftichiou (bass), Joe Buttigieg (guitar, ex-ADDICTIVE) and Mick Sultana (guitar, ex-ADDICTIVE) — are currently writing material for their new album, "Far From Extinction", tentatively due in early 2005.
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