|2||Seasons Of Destruction|
|4||Eden Lies Obscured|
|5||Question Existence Fading|
|8||One Final Day (Sworn to Believe)|
|9||Long Since Dark|
|10||The World Is Wired|
|11||One More Murder|
|12||The Year the Sun Died|
|13||I Am Low|
|15||The Dying Age|
|16||The Mirror Black|
|17||Arise and Purify|
|18||Exitium (Anthem of the Living)|
|20||Veil Of Disguise|
|21||Die For My Sins|
|23||Ad Vitam Aeternam|
|24||Waiting for the Sun (The Doors cover)|
|26||Let the Serpent Follow Me|
Sanctuary is an American heavy metal band founded in Seattle in 1985. The band consisted of Warrel Dane (vocals), Lenny Rutledge (guitar), Sean Blosl(guitar), Jim Sheppard (bass), Dave Budbill (drums), and in the end Jeff Loomis.
They released a demo in 1986, which was well received, and that lead them to sign with Epic Records in 1987. They released their debut album, Refuge Denied, in the year after. It was produced by Dave Mustaine, frontman of thrash metal band Megadeth. Thus followed a tour alongside Megadeth and the German band Warlock.
After the tour, they entered the studio to record their second and final studio album, Into The Mirror Black, in 1989. A video clip for the song "Future Tense" was made and it received some airplay on MTV's Headbanger's Ball. During the tour (with the bands Forbidden and Death Angel), the guitarist Sean Blosl left the band and was replaced by Jeff Loomis.