Sanctuary is giving fans another taste of its next album.
The band has unveiled the lyric video for its song ‘Dream of the Incubus.’ The song comes from the band’s upcoming compilation record Inception, which will be released in stores and online on Friday, February 4 via Century Media Records. The video presents Sanctuary performing its song in a live performance from 1986 complete with lyrics.
The video’s recording quality will take audiences who grew up in the 80s back in time all while the song entertains them at the same time. Audiences can see the video online now here.
Guitarist Lenny Rutledge said he was happy to see ‘Dream of the Incubus’ finally get a proper release because the song is a rare work from the band. He added the performance used for the lyric video was just as rare because of how few times the band ever performed the song live.
“‘Dream Of The Incubus’ was one of those forgotten SANCTUARY songs. It’s awesome to see it finally get released,” Rutledge said. “I believe we only played ‘Incubus’ live one time. This video footage was from our first Seattle show in the late 80s at a venue called The OZ. The introduction at the beginning is Jeff Gilbert from the radio show “Brain Pain”. Jeff was a huge help to SANCTUARY and many other Seattle bands from that time frame.”
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