Australia's MORTAL SIN have begun writing the final six songs for their upcoming CD, "Far From Extinction". The band, who are currently unsigned, hope to enter the studio in November or December for an early 2005 release.
MORTAL SIN have already showcased the first five of the new songs at recent live shows, and three new tracks are included on the band's DVD, "Out of the Darkness", which is currently only available through the band at [email protected] as the group are still looking for a distributor. Look out shortly for videos of the classic "Lebanon" and new song "Out of the Darkness" to be available for free download in mpeg format.
"Far From Extinction" will consist of between 11 and 14 songs, including the following:
01. Out of the Darkness
02. My Nightmare
03. Deadman Walking
04. Rise or Fall
05. Lost Within
06. All About You
07. Don't Talk to Strangers
08. Release the Pressure
09. Nothing to Give
Following the CD's projected January 2005 release, MORTAL SIN will begin touring again, hopefully with a spot on Australia's Big Day Out festival. A European support slot with another band is tentatively scheduled to follow in the spring. Interested agents, labels and producers can contact vocalist Mat Maurer at the above address.
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