MORTAL SIN Return To The Live Stage: Photos Available

Legendary Australian metal band MORTAL SIN played their first gig in many years last Friday (March 5) at the Annandale Hotel in Sydney. Support at the show came from LYCANTHIA, RAMPANT and KHEMIST. Check out a brief review and a bunch of photos taken at the gig at this location.

MORTAL SIN's current lineup features original members Mat Maurer on vocals, Wayne Campbell on drums, and Andy Eftichiou on bass, alongside ex-ADDICTIVE guitarists Joe Buttigieg and Mick Sultana. The band are currently writing material for their new album, "Far From Extinction", tentatively due this summer. An Australian tour will follow.

(Thanks: Metal Rules)

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