2018 Shows Announced....
May 27, 2018 ~ 8pm
428 S Hewitt Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
APRIL 29 -Dublin, IE @ Voodoo Lounge
APRIL 30 - Belfast, IE @ Bar Sub
MAY 01 - Manchester,UK @ Rebellion
MAY 02 - Glasgow, UK @ Audio Glasgow
MAY 03 - Coventry, UK @ The Phoenix
MAY 04 - London, UK @ Desertfest (Full Band)
MAY 05 - London, UK @ Desertfest (Wino only)
MAY 06 - Bristol, UK @ Exchange
THE OBSESSED Announce Reissue Of Legendary Self-Titled Debut Album & Concrete Cancer Demo
Originally released in 1990 and out of print for almost two decades, the now legendary debut album from Doom godfathers THE OBSESSED will once again see the light of day in multiple deluxe formats. Now completely remastered with previously unreleased bonus tracks, including the highly sought-after Concrete Cancer Demo, expanded artwork, never-before-seen photos and extended liner notes from frontman Scott "Wino" Weinrich, this is the definitive edition of THE OBSESSED's Self-Titled debut, a true piece of Doom history! Frontman Scott “Wino” Weinrich commented: “This record defines the passion, the pureness and vibrancy of youth, and the fierce love, loyalty and dedication to this music. I am happy and proud it lives once again! Thanks to all who believe, Wino.”
Doom godfathers THE OBSESSED return with Sacred, their first studio album in over 20 years. Led by legendary frontman Scott "Wino" Weinrich (Saint Vitus, Spirit Caravan, The Hidden Hand, etc.), THE OBSESSED originally formed in 1976 and released three seminal stoner / doom albums in the early 90's, including The Church Within which has been hailed as one of the important records in the genre's history. Now, after reforming in 2016, the band has returned with renewed energy and purpose, sounding heavier and more relevant than ever before. On Sacred, THE OBSESSED double down on enormous, heaving riffs and pummeling low-end across 12 tracks of eternal doom. Rounded out by Wino's lyrical honesty and iconic throaty vocals, Sacred is an album that further pushes THE OBSESSED into the annals of heavy metal history and that was well worth the two-plus decade wait.