Sacred Reich - Awakening Colored Vinyl LP

Sacred Reich Awakening Colored Vinyl LP

 

Twenty-three years after dropping their last full-length, Sacred Reich are returning in force with the towering Awakening, effortlessly demonstrating that they remain a formidable force in metal.

 

Showcasing everything a fan would expect and hope for from the Phoenix, AZ crew, it is a timeless collection comprised of blistering thrash, crushing grooves, killer solos and socially conscious lyrics that demonstrate a true understanding of everything that matters most in the world today.

 

"Going into it, we had a loose idea as far as knowing that we wanted some fast, heavy songs to honor the old school fans that have supported us and gotten us to this point," states vocalist/bassist Phil Rind. "We wanted everything to happen naturally. We didn't want to force anything and we are super stoked with every song. It is easily the best thing we have ever done."

 

Given the current state of the world, Rind believes staying positive is more important than ever. "There is a lot of fear, anger and division going around. At the same time, there are plenty of beautiful, incredible things happening right in front of us, day after day. So if we choose to be optimistic, focus on positive things and understand that it's all temporary, good and bad anyway, we can enjoy our lives and be more kind and loving to each other.

 

" With "Something To Believe" the record ends on a particularly uplifting high, both in terms of mood and richness of melody. 

 

To track the album, the band headed into Platinum Underground in Mesa, AZ, and employed producer Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Cavalera Conspiracy) and engineer John Aquilino.

 

Sacred Reich Awakening Track Listing:

 

1. Awakening
2. Divide & Conquer
3. Salvation
4. Manifest Reality
5. Killing Machine
6. Death Valley
7. Revolution
8. Something to Believe

Sacred Reich - Awakening Colored Vinyl LP

SKU: 0039841566215
$29.98Price
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