LIES, DECEIT & TREACHERY Photos – Monsters of Rock Cruise 2018 (Brian Ronald)

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Lies, Deceit & Treachery MORC 2018 - Brian RonaldDecibel Geek‘s ace photographer Brian Ronald spent his time aboard the Monsters of Rock Cruise 2018 capturing as many fantastic performers in action as he could. Consequently, in this gallery of shots, he showcases LIES, DECEIT & TREACHERY as they rocked the Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas!

Lies, Deceit & Treachery played two sets aboard ship. One in Studio B and the other in the Star Lounge. The band comprised of former members of BulletBoys with Andrew Freeman on vocals was the surprise hit for many cruisers.

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Be sure to check out Brian‘s other MORC Photo Galleries, with more coming soon! Posted so far are: (AUTOGRAPH GalleryRAVEN Gallery / BRITISH LION Gallery / DORO PESCH’S WARLOCK Gallery / KEEL Gallery / MITCH MALLOY Gallery)

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From LIES, DECEIT & TREACHERY Facebook Bio

Lies, Deceit and Treachery is the fusion of three former original members of BulletBoys. Mick Sweda, Jimmy D’Anda and Lonnie Vincent were the driving force that gave BulletBoys their powerful trademark sound. They are back and bringing the sexy and punchy BulletBoys sound that fans remember and still clamor for. Fun, with energy and professionalism. These are just some of the words to describe Lies, Deceit and Treachery’s live shows. The vocals are soaring. The musical nuances and glorious excesses heard on the records are ever present. These guys love playing these songs and it’s very clear they have an inherent bond and a comfort level that gives the audience something very special.

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