Sacred Reich - Awakening

7.8 | 87 votes |
Release date: 23 August 2019
Style: Thrash metal


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01. Awakening
02. Divide And Conquer
03. Salvation
04. Manifest Reality
05. Killing Machine
06. Death Valley
07. Revolution
08. Something To Believe

Phil Rind - vocals, bass
Wiley Arnett - guitars
Joey Radziwill - guitars
Dave McClain - drums

Additional info
Tracked and mixed at The Platinum Underground in Mesa, AZ.
Mastered at Maor Appelbaum Mastering in California.

Staff review by
Another thrash band from the '80s decides to unleash a new album in 2019 after decades of musical drought. It's officially becoming an epidemic and I have to ask myself: is it really necessary? Well, in this case it is.

published 19.08.2019 | Comments (9)

Guest review by
omne metallum
23 years is a long time by any measure; the last time Sacred Reich released a new studio album, Limp Bizkit were a year shy of releasing their debut, people were complaining about the length of Metallica's hair and Max Cavalera was still fronting Sepultura. A lot has come and gone since Heal hit record shelves (oh yes, record stores were still very much a thing too) and Sacred Reich find themselves releasing an album in a very different world to the one they last dropped one into.

published 09.04.2020 | Comments (4)

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23.08.2019 - 12:18
Rating: 9
Damn.. it's good
Without music, life would be a mistake.
25.08.2019 - 21:13
Rating: 8
JoHn DoE
Solid album, unexpectedly great, too short, left me wanting more
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01.09.2019 - 13:51
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Tage Westerlund
FRom all old bands come back albums it was weakest whit some one touch what make it good and solid
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