Masters of psychedelic, fuzzed-out, Sabbath-worshipping doom Electric Wizard returned in 2002 with Let Us Prey, their fourth album and the last with their original lineup. It followed 2000's canonical, genre-defining Dopethrone, and instead of trying to top its predecessor, Electric Wizard went in a different direction and released what was some of their most experimental work yet. The album helped put Electric Wizard on a path towards longevity, and it remains a classic today. - Andrew Sacher
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