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Nothing Sacred - Melbourne speed metal band

Starting in 1983, Nothing Sacred unleashed a seven year reign of sonic destruction across the eastern seaboard of Australia. Constant gigging in Melbourne and multiple tours of Sydney and Adelaide were crowned by the headline appearance at the 1986 Metal For Melbourne festival. The high energy live performances were complimented by the 1985 independent release of the "Deathwish" EP and subsequent worldwide release in 1987 of the debut "Let Us Prey" album (Cleopatra Records). 

During the recording sessions for a second album in late 1989 the decision was made to take a "short hiatus" - a break which eventually ran to twenty-three years. In 2012 the band decided enough was enough, and returned to live performances. The sellout comeback gig in April 2012 was followed by the headline slot at the Heavy Mag issue #3 launch, and the main support in Melbourne for the Paul Dianno, Blaze Bayley Australian tour in November. Another headline gig at Musicland was recorded and filmed for a future live release.

With a wealth of experience, a bucket load of riffs, and a renewed energy, Nothing Sacred are back...

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