|4||End Of Infinity|
|9||A moment in prima|
|11||Dust To Dust|
|15||Like A Song|
|18||Being No One|
|19||Shadow Of Death|
|26||Extraction From Mortality|
|28||Desolation Of Sodom|
|32||What Is But Cannot Not Be|
Believer is an American technical thrash metal band from the late 1980s and early 1990s, that plays a hybrid of thrash and progressive metal. Believer is known for its innovative use of symphonic elements in thrash metal. Their lyrics deal with topics of philosophy, theology and social issues.
The two primary members of the band are vocalist/guitarist Kurt Bachman and drummer Joey Daub, who were joined by several others after their 1989 debut album, Extraction from Mortality. The band was jointly signed to Roadrunner Records, and the Christian label R.E.X. Music. According to Allmusic, several mainstream magazines praised the second album Sanity Obscure. They toured US and Europe with Bolt Thrower the following year. The third album Dimensions was GMA Dove Award nominated for "hard music album of the year" in 1993. Believer disbanded in 1994; however, in March 2005, Daub announced that he and Bachman reformed the band.