℗ 2016 Broken Limbs Recordings
 

Nailing Shut the Sacrosanct Orifice

Sovereign

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1
Gnosis
Sovereign
1:17
2
Orbiting Lunar Curse
Sovereign
5:34
3
Heaping Praise Upon a Cataract Sun
Sovereign
6:28
4
Knives Coated in Pitch of Terror
Sovereign
4:50
5
Sulfur's Cross
Sovereign
6:12
6
Profane Glow
Sovereign
3:15
7
Bared Teeth of the Fog
Sovereign
7:05
8
Part Thy Flesh, Call His Name
Sovereign
3:02
9
Nailing Shut the Sacrosanct Orifice
Sovereign
7:57
Total Playing Time    45:40
The debut album from Arizona black metal band Sovereign was first released in 2014 and established the group as one of the genre's heaviest, yet still melodic, with a clear mission statement.

"Sovereign is a pitch black emanation of thoughtless light, devoted wholly to emotional terrorism furthering the gnosis of death, a hellish aural venom ... a hideous black metal attack. Sovereign is an enemy of life."
- Sovereign
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Broken Limbs Recordings Studio Masters

Tracked by Ryan Bram at Homewrecker in Tucson, AZ
Mixed and mastered by Chris Grigg in Brooklyn, NY
Cover art by Derek Setzer

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