Sanity Obscure (2023 re-issue)

$ 28.00

Label : Bombworks Records   Year : 2023

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“Embark on a transcendent journey through the annals of metal history with the resplendent re-issue of Believer’s masterpiece ‘Sanity Obscure’ brought to you by Bombworks Records. Limited to a mere 500 silver discs, this edition stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of technical thrash metal. Immerse yourself in the unparalleled artistry of Believer, officially licensed and presented in an intricately designed 12-page booklet with lyrics, nestled within a sleek jewel case. Remastered from the original 1990 release on REX Records and Roadrunner Records, this edition mirrors the silver disc packaging, radiating a timeless elegance. Believer, revered as the technical thrash masters, are the pioneers of thrash orchestral and symphonic metal. Their indomitable influence has reverberated across the metal landscape, gracing stages across the USA and Europe. As part of Roadrunner Records’ groundbreaking progressive metal/thrash campaign, ‘The Breed Beyond’, Believer joined forces with Cynic and Pestilence, leaving an indelible mark on the genre. ‘Sanity Obscure’ is not just an album, it is a transcendental journey into the very soul of metal. Revel in Believer’s artistic prowess as they craft an intricate cover of U2’s ‘Like A Song’, transforming it into a sonic masterpiece that defies genre boundaries. This re-issue further boasts an anti-pollution anthem titled ‘Nonpoint’, a song that not only bears witness to Believer’s socio-conscious artistry but also inspired the very name of another acclaimed band, Nonpoint. This silver disc edition is a rare and illustrious gem, destined to become the crowning jewel in the collections of devoted metal enthusiasts. Do not miss this opportunity to own a regal piece of metal history — seize it now before this limited treasure vanishes into the annals of time!” -Bombwork Records

Sanity Obscure
Wisdom’s Call
Idols Of Ignorance
Stop The Madness
Dies Irae (Day Of Wrath)
Dust To Dust
Like A Song