MORTAL SIN: New Songs Posted Online

Reunited Australian thrashers MORTAL SIN have posted two brand new complete songs on their page at this location. The tracks were recorded for a demo on March 24 and mixed on March 31.

MORTAL SIN filmed their February 4 concert at The Gaelic Club in Sydney, Australia for an upcoming DVD, entitled "Weapons of Mayhemic Destruction", to be released later in the year. The band played a special two-hour set, including the the group's classic 1986 debut, "Mayhemic Destruction", in its entirety (to mark the album's 20th anniversary), plus some of their recently penned material.

MORTAL SIN are in the process of finalizing a record deal with Germany's Armageddon Music. The band recently issued a single, "Out of the Darkness", containing a video, plus live tracks taken from the band's Australian tour with ANTHRAX.



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