Prog Metal act Sacrosanct release teaser video for ‘Avenging Angel’ single

Progressive Metal outfit SACROSANCT, founded by former Pestilence guitarist Randy Meinhard, have announced the release of a new single/video for ‘Avenging Angel’ on June 3rd, 2022. The track is taken from their fifth, yet untitled studio album to be released later this year. A YouTube video teaser can be viewed here:

By the time Covid-19 hijacked the world in March of 2020, Randy Meinhard had started writing material for a new album. It contains eight brand new songs that comprise a musical spectrum that – although still true to its roots – shows the unparalleled range SACROSANCT is capable of covering.

Sicily-based bass player and backing vocalist Ignazio Nicastro of Eversin and Xenos fame were recruited during the recording sessions for the new album. Close to completion both the band and vocalist Ron Brouwer decided to split ways. Max Morton was available and directly offered his help. So Max not only takes on the role of recording bass player but also stepped in as the new vocalist.

The band decided to give the vocal lines a fundamental revision, and offer Max as much artistic freedom as possible. In addition to this, Lyricist Per Albinsson appeared on the scene, also working with Therion, Jaded Heart and Lord Belial among others. After hearing the new tracks Per decided to bring his lyrical talent to the material.

Per´s epic and inspiring lyrics put a finger on many a sore spot, relating tales and images that deeply move us as human beings, make us incredibly sad or infuriate us.

Giannis Nakos designed the epic cover art, given free hands by the band, and in addition to SACROSANCT’s Avenging Angel mascot, it contains stunning images, brilliantly conveying the intriguing lyrical subjects.

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Max Morton – Vocals (Morton, Artem Illusio)

Randy Meinhard – Guitars (ex Pestilence)

Gerrit Knol – Guitars (ex Symmetry, Genetic Wisdom)

Ignazio Nicastro – Bass (Eversin, Xenos)

Jonas Schütz – Drums (Diësis, Eraserhead, Sapiency)

Max Morton – all bass on this single and album

Per Albinsson – Lyricist


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