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Sacred Reich

Sacred Reich had a varied career, releasing good albums and gaining a fair cult following but not achieving the major success that many feel they deserve. Their first few releases featured a faster, hardcore-tinged thrash sound, while The American Way and later releases were a more controlled (but still aggressive) form of thrash. On and off through much of the nineties, they reunited in 1997 long enough to record their Still Ignorant live album, and then were quiet again, until their announced split in March of 2000. They have since returned, but only as a touring outfit with no plans to record another studio album.

Similar Bands: Metallica, Slayer, Flotsam and Jetsam, Testament, Nuclear Assault

LPs
Heal
1996

3.4
27 Votes
Independent
1993

3.3
30 Votes
The American Way
1990

3.9
92 Votes
Ignorance
1987

4.1
82 Votes
EPs
Surf Nicaragua
1988

4
57 Votes
Draining You of Life
1986

3.5
6 Votes
Live Albums
Still Ignorant
1997

3.9
8 Votes
Alive at the Dynamo
1989

3.7
7 Votes

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