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Saint Vitus - Saint Vitus (CD, Album)

02.10.2012 / / Alternative

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  1. Saint Vitus is the debut album by the American doom metal band Saint Vitus, released in early via SST Records. According to Dave Chandler, the album was recorded in , but was delayed by nearly two years, due to a lawsuit that SST was involved in.
  2. Jun 04,  · Saint Vitus' first album in 17 years, the first to feature original vocalist Scott "Wino" Weinrich in 22 years, finds the hugely influential Los Angeles doom band flush with renewed energy.
  3. Dec 18,  · Directions: Rank Saint Vitus's 8 studio albums. Order and number each album Ties are OK. Your first place album earns 8 points, your second place album earns 7 points, etc. Rules: You may rank as few as 5 albums. Lists with less than 5 albums will not be counted.
  4. That makes the new Saint Vitus — a candidate for all manner of nicknames taken from its cover art, whether it’s ‘The Fog Album,’ ‘The Murk Album’ (I like that one), ‘Grey Vitus’ or any number of others — all the more an event than it even would be arriving seven years after Lillie: F, and as it brings the band back together.
  5. Saint Vitus. Profile: Saint Vitus are a highly influential American doom metal band from Los Angeles. The band was formed in under the name Tyrant, with Dave Chandler (guitar, vocals), Mark Adams (bass), and Armando Acosta (drums), but soon added Scott Reagers on vocals and changed their name to Saint Vitus after the song "St. Vitus' Dance" by Black Sabbath.
  6. St Vitus' Born Too Late is a masterclass in Black Sabbath style metal. Some bands who label themselves as "doom metal" take that to mean you play ultra slow - and that's it. This album shows that speed is not the defining characteristic of the Sabbath-style but great songs/5(35).
  7. Aug 30,  · Following last year's Lillie: F (the first new album from doom masters Saint Vitus since ), the L.A. group have re-released their two previous records, C.O.D. and .
  8. "V" is the fifth album by the American doomsters Saint Vitus, thus the title of the album. Yes, it's a capitol V but it's also a Roman numeral five. It was the band's first album to not be released on SST Records. "V" marked the final album for vocalist Scott "Wino" Weinrich until the band united over a decade later.

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