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Century Media Records and legendary US metal act SANCTUARY have teamed up to release Inception – a collection of presumed lost 1986 studio recordings – on February 24, 2017.

Restored, remixed and remastered by Zeuss (Queensrÿche, Hatebreed), SANCTUARY now present the first track from this release.

Guitarist Lenny Rutledge comments,

“”Die for My Sins” was always one of my favorite SANCTUARY songs to play live. On the Inception version we left off the intro and the song starts right into the main riff. I think this version has a real ‘in your face’ edge to it. I’m excited that after much effort we were able to restore these nearly destroyed master tapes. Now we can share the proper audio versions with all of our fans!”

Enjoy “Die For My Sins (Demo 1986)” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIIKrFvHLCA

Inception will be available in the following formats:

Gatefold LP on 180 gram vinyl plus 12-page LP-sized booklet, poster & CD; Special Edition CD Digipak (Europe), Jewel case CD (North America), digital album

See below for a list of coloured vinyl limitations and various pre-ordering options:

Red vinyl – limited to 100 copies! Presale starts January 27 at www.cmdistro.de
Gold vinyl – limited to 200 copies! Presale starts January 27 at www.cmdistro.de
Dark green vinyl – limited to 200 copies! Pre-order now: http://www.nuclearblast.de/…/sanctuary-inception-dark-green
Clear vinyl – limited to 200 copies! Pre-order now:
Black vinyl – not limited – distributed worldwide
Pre-order black vinyl, CD:
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/inceptionAmazon

Pre-order the digital album and get “Die For My Sins (Demo 1986)” straight away:
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/inceptioniTunes
AmazonMP3: http://smarturl.it/inceptionAmazonMP3
Listen via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/2AKtVFAqfw8EVCqswXiJjK

Sanctuary Inception

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