Complete fold-out of the original 1983 Invictus Records pressing.
|Extended play by The Obsessed|
|Recorded||January 1983 at Catch a Buzz Studios in Virginia, USA|
|Genre||Doom Metal, Hard Rock|
|The Obsessed chronology|
| Debut Release |
| Sodden Jackal |
| The Obsessed |
Sodden Jackal (Also known simply as The Obsessed) was the debut release of Maryland doom metal band The Obsessed, released in 1983 on Invictus Records.
In the early 1980s, along with a multitude of demos, The Obsessed would record a trio of songs for release as a self-released 7". This would be the only release the band would put out in their initial run along with an appearance on Metal Massacre VI on Metal Blade Records with the song "Concrete Cancer" (Released in 1985.).
All three songs would appear on the Incarnate compilation. In 2012, to celebrate the reunion of the band, this 7" would be re-issued by TKO Records.
The Obsessed would re-record "Sodden Jackal" for the band's fourth album Sacred, released in 2017.
- A1. Iron & Stone - 3:00
- A2. Indestroy - 1:31
- B. Sodden Jackal - 4:17
- Scott Weinrich aka Wino - Guitar, Vocals
- Mark Laue aka Professor Dark - Bass
- Dave Flood aka The Slave - Drums, Artwork, Graphics
- Bob Dunbar - Engineer
- Dave Dunbar - Engineer
|V·T·E The Obsessed|
|Current Members||Scott Weinrich • Brian White • Brian Costantino|
|Past Members||Johnny Reese • Norman Lawson • Mark Laue • Dave Flood • Vance Bockis • Ed Gulli • Greg Rogers • Scott Reeder • Guy Pinhas • Dave Sherman • Bruce Falkinburg • Sara Seraphim • Reid Raley|
|Studio Albums||The Obsessed • Lunar Womb • The Church Within • Sacred|
|Extended Plays||Sodden Jackal|
|Live Albums||Live at the Melkweg November 28 1992 • Live Music Hall Köln December 29th 1992 • Live at Big Dipper|
|Associated Bands, Artists, Etc.||Spirit Caravan • Lost Breed • Saint Vitus • Shrinebuilder • The Hidden Hand • Kyuss • Premonition 13 • Goatsnake • Acid King • Bedemon • Pentagram • Unorthodox • Earthride • Rwake • Live at the Wax Museum|