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Sacred

The Obsessed

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1
Sodden Jackal
The Obsessed
4:23
2
Punk Crusher
The Obsessed
3:43
3
Sacred
The Obsessed
5:11
4
Haywire
The Obsessed
2:24
5
Perseverance of Futility
The Obsessed
4:02
6
It's Only Money
The Obsessed
2:34
7
Cold Blood
The Obsessed
4:47
8
Stranger Things
The Obsessed
6:21
9
Razor Wire
The Obsessed
3:32
10
My Daughter My Sons
The Obsessed
3:44
11
Be the Night
The Obsessed
2:11
12
Interlude
The Obsessed
0:27
13
On so Long
The Obsessed
9:05
14
Crossroader
The Obsessed
4:32
Total Playing Time    56:56
Sacred is the first studio album from godfathers of doom The Obsessed in over 20 years. With renewed energy and purpose, the group sounds heavier and more relevant than ever before. On Sacred, The Obsessed doubles down on enormous, heaving riffs and pummelling low end across 14 tracks of eternal doom. Rounded out by the lyrical honesty and iconic throaty vocals of frontman Scott "Wino" Weinrich, Sacred further pushes The Obsessed into the annals of heavy metal history, well worth the two decade wait.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Relapse Records Inc. Studio Masters

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