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Dutch Prog Thrash Legends SACROSANCT Return With New Video!

After a 25(!) year hiatus, Dutch progressive thrashers SACROSANCT return!

German/Dutch progressive metallers SACROSANCT, founded by former Pestilence guitarist Randy Meinhard, have released a new lyric video for “Only One God”, taken from their fourth album NECROPOLIS due out on November 30, 2018 via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records.

Take a gander…..


1. The New Age Of Fear
2. My Last White Light
3. The Grim Sleeper
4. Only One God
5. Melancholy
6. Clouds Obscured The Sun
7. NecroPolice
8. The Pain Still Lasts

The album can be pre-ordered here:  http://bit.ly/sacro-necro-roar

Necropolis was engineered, mixed and mastered by Max Morton of Morton Studios, who has also remastered the entire SACROSANCT back catalogue. A prolific professional with a broad clientele, Max has worked with a wide variety of acts, including prominent Ukranian metalcore combo Jinjer. The objective with Necropolis was to record a classic, analogue-sounding album using modern technologies, and at the same time avoid any modern metal clichés.

The epic cover art for Necropolis was designed by Giannis Nakos based on the band’s ideas, and perfectly portrays the album’s dark subject matter. It prominently features SACROSANCT’s new mascot, the Weeping Angel – a guardian and an avenger of injustice.

While Necropolis bears all of the hallmarks and intricacies that characterise SACROSANCT, it displays a more mature and focused song-writing approach. Songs such as “The New Age Of Fear”, “My Last White Light” and “Only One God” are lyrically thought-provoking, creating a brand of metal that still makes the band hard to categorise. Like its predecessor, Tragic Intense, which was released in 1993,Necropolis places a strong emphasis on melancholy melodies and clean vocals, but also incorporates many harmony guitar parts, faster tempos and some modern twists that mark the beginning of a new chapter for the band.


Richard F. Hesselink – vocals
Randy Meinhard – guitars (ex Pestilence)
Christian Göwert – guitars
Kees Harrison – bass (ex Sphere of Souls)
Jonas Schütz – live drums


About Chris Jennings (1985 Articles)
I love metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

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