SACRED REICH Guitarist Getting Married In Las Vegas

Guitarist Jason Rainey (pictured below) of veteran Arizona thrashers SACRED REICH is marrying his girlfriend Renee Novak today (Saturday, September 22) in Las Vegas, Nevada. He states, “Things are changing for me and my better half. We’re putting it in writing and I couldn’t be happier.”

In a recent interview with MetalRecusants.com, SACRED REICH bassist/vocalist Phil Rind was asked why the band hasn’t made a new studio album after reuniting for sporadic live shows six years ago. “Our lives are different now,” he said. “I mean, it’s funny… Our old drummer Dave‘s [McClain] in MACHINE HEAD and they’re touring and doing great; they’re very successful. And I said [to the other guys in SACRED REICH recently], I wouldn’t even wanna [get back into a full recording and touring cycle]. I wouldn’t wanna be gone from my family. I have four kids. As much as I like this, as much as I appreciate the fans, what’s important — the family or playing live music? I mean, really?! What’s important — being a dad to my kids? My kids need their dad more than the fans need a new SACRED REICH record. And that’s really the bottom line. It’s a choice. We have a choice to make. What do you wanna do? You have kids now. What are you gonna do — blow it off or are you gonna be their dad? The world will be a better place if I’m [my kids’] dad.”

SACRED REICH launched its 25th-anniversary European tour in June.

The remastered edition of SACRED REICH‘s classic 1992 album “Independent” was released as a digipack and jewelbox on March 15, 2010 via Displeased Records. The first 2,500 copies contain a free SACRED REICH patch.

Displeased Records‘ reissue of SACRED REICH‘s classic album “The American Way” came out in February 2009. With upgraded layout, to-the-point remastering plus unreleased pre-production demo bonus tracks and a video clip, this new and improved CD reissue is an essential addition to every thrash metal collection.

“The American Way” was made available in a limited digipak version and standard jewel case version. The first 2,500 copies came with a free logo patch.

 

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