Singapore's SANITY OBSCURE released its debut EP, "Dethrone the King", on October 16, 2008. According to a press release, the EP contains "four tracks of blistering technical thrash metal which is energetic, aggressive and includes twists in the songwriting department." The CD includes the tracks "Dethrone the King", "Thrashing the False", "Deliberate Violation" and "Nuclear Exploitation".

SANITY OBSCURE hails from Singapore which explains why "(SG)" was added to the band's moniker in order to avoid confusion with the German band of the same name. The group is made up of four young and talented members — Kount Cider (HELVETTE, DRACONIS INFERNUM) on vocals, KING J05H0!? Grind on guitar, Caspar on bass and ZY (SUICIDE SOLUTION) on drums.

"Dethrone the King" was recorded at Singapore's TNT studios and was engineered by KK Wong. The artwork was created by Mike Priest (ABSENCE OF THE SACRED, IMPIETY).

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