THE MERCY CLINIC: Photos From Hollywood Show Posted Online

THE MERCY CLINIC, the new San Francisco Bay Area-based band featuring former DAMAGEPLAN frontman Patrick Lachman, guitarists Brian Harrah (PROFESSIONAL MURDER MUSIC) and Josh Stinson (DRIST), bassist Steed Najera (TRIPLE SEVEN), and drummer Bevan Davies (DANZIG, COMES WITH THE FALL, JERRY CANTRELL), performed at the Troubadour in Hollywood, California on September 2. Check out pictures from the show at this location.

As previously reported, THE MERCY CLINIC has uploaded full-length versions of the demo songs "Let It Burn", "Masochist" and "Can I Become Me" at its MySpace page.

THE MERCY CLINIC has already demoed over an album's worth of material, including such additional cuts as "Numb" (mp3), "Drag Me Under", "We're Only Human", and "The Day the Sun Refused to Shine".

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