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THE MERCY KILLS release their video for new single ‘Alone

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Melbourne’s THE MERCY KILLS release their newly remastered single ‘Alone’ on 1st June, out on Golden Robot Records.

Check out the video below.

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Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, THE MERCY KILLS are back, with the release of their newly remastered single, ‘Alone’, out June 1st.

A re-worked version of a band and live crowd favourite, the track is taken from their debut album Happy To Kill You (2013) and has been remastered and re-released as a single for those reaching out digitally in COVID-19 isolation. The message is simple, “You can’t make it alone!”

LISTEN NOW: Stream/buy ‘Alone’ HERE

Mix two parts dirty rock with two parts sleaze punk and you get a four shot cocktail called THE MERCY KILLS featuring Mark E (Vox/Guitar), Jen X Costello (Bass/Vox), Nathalie Gellé (Guitar/Vox) and Josh Black (Drums).

Their tastes in music, the desire to write great songs and blast out a killer live show were the key factors shared by this four-piece outfit.  THE MERCY KILLS took their name from a line in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, “It was a mercy killing”.

“Take the energy from ‘Appetite for Destruction’ era Guns ‘N’ Roses, mix it with some ‘Ramones’ style punk, a lot of energy and you have ‘­THE MERCY KILLS’…”
– SF Media (Brisbane)


“Their dramatic set included flaming drumsticks and power riffs, worthy of international rock stars”. –  Live Music (Adelaide)

“Should you happen across a flyer with ‘THE MERCY KILLS’ written anywhere on it, make note of the date, and keep the night free”. – SF Media (Melbourne)

“Big, brash, and bold were ‘THE MERCY KILLS’. The band’s energy screeched like a rogue ‘68 Camaro right until the very end…”  – The Music (Sydney)


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