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Sacrecy – Sacrecy

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The Christian metal scene in Finland continues to grow in leaps and bounds. If in doubt, then consider all the bands to come out of the region in recent years: Essence Of Sorrow, Mehida, Oratorio, Random Eyes, Venia and Wingdom. Sacrecy is another group worth mentioning. Put together in the summer of 2002 by founding members Panu Siik (lead vocals & guitars), Olli Hipeli (keyboards) and Antti Viitanen (bass), Sacrecy recruited Juho Fabrin (drums) and Heikki Makinen (guitars) prior to recording a two song demo in 2005. Later rounding out its line up when Jesse Riikonen replaced Antii Viitanene on bass, Sacrecy entered the studio in 2006 to begin work on its full length self-titled debut, which it independently release in late 2007.
Melodic metal with power and progressive overtones would be the best way to describe Sacrecy. Fans of the previously referenced Finnish bands are certain to embrace Sacrecy as are those into other Northern European metal acts such as Narnia, Harmony, Majestic Vanguard, Laudamus and Leviticus. If your musical tastes trend towards Rob Rock, Shining Star, Balance Of Power, Dream Quest and Theocracy, then I can see you getting into Sacrecy as well. The key word to keep in mind, nevertheless, is melodic in that Sacrecy delivers its share of catchy hooks. This is best found on up-tempo pieces such as “Devil’s Reign”, “Shadow Of Me” and “The Kiss Of Betrayal”. A more progressive rock/metal direction is taken on “Image Of God”, “The Child Within” and “Masquerade” (these three also stand out with their notable melodies) while “Forgive”, “Hope From Above” and “Anxious Eyes” head in ballad territory.


Track List:
1 Image Of God
2 Devil’s Reign
3 Forgive
4 Hope From Above
5 Anxious eyes
6 The Shadow Of Me
7 The Child Within
8 The Kiss Of Betrayal
9 Masquerade


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 29 February, 2012.