MORTAL SIN (AUSTRALIA)



Mortal Sin grew out of the western suburbs of Sydney in the mid 80's and by 1987 had become the country's most important extreme metal act. With original members Campbell, Eftichiou, Maurer, Carwana & Krstin. Mortal Sin rose to the top of the scene with their Metallica inspired debut Mayhemic Destruction, which found favour offshore and won them an international record deal. Shortly after it was released Krstin was replaced by ex-Slaughter Lord member Mick Burke and the band solidified their reputation by supporting Metallica in 1989. Shortly after releasing Face of Despair, Steve Hughes (also ex-Slaughter Lord) replaced Campbell and Mortal Sin toured Europe with Testament and Faith No More, but upon returning home Maurer expressed displeasure with the line-up and left. In 1991 Eftichiou recorded and gigged with a completely different line-up which brought the ire of the rest of the former members who laid claim to the name. Despite a legal dispute, an album and single were released before it ground to a halt.


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Slaughter Lord


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1988 REHEARSAL DEMO

Xeroxed covers. No lyrics. Regular tapes. Recorded live at Party Pig Studios Jan. 16th, 1988.

TRACK LISTING:
- Intro
- Women in Leather
- Running from the Corpse
- Mayhemic Destruction
- Liar
- Lebanon
- Voyage of the Disturbed
- Euthanasia
- Mortal Slaughter

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