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Saint Vitus

Saint Vitus is an American doom metal band from Los Angeles, formed in 1978. They consist of founding members Dave Chandler (guitarist)and Mark Adams (bass), alongside sporadic singer Scott Weinrich and recently added drummer Henry Vasquez. The band has been regardedand credited as one of the first bands of the genre, starting out as early as the late 1970s, along with Pentagram, Witchfinder General, Troubleand Candlemass. As of 2011, they have released seven studio albums.The original Saint Vitus line-up consisted of Chandler, Adams, drummer Armando Acosta and singer Scott Reagers. They r ...read more

Saint Vitus is an American doom metal band from Los Angeles, formed in 1978. They consist of founding members Dave Chandler (guitarist)and Mark Adams (bass), alongside sporadic singer Scott Weinrich and recently added drummer Henry Vasquez. The band has been regardedand credited as one of the first bands of the genre, starting out as early as the late 1970s, along with Pentagram, Witchfinder General, Troubleand Candlemass. As of 2011, they have released seven studio albums.The original Saint Vitus line-up consisted of Chandler, Adams, drummer Armando Acosta and singer Scott Reagers. They recorded their firsttwo albums before Scott Weinrich replaced Reagers in 1986. The line-up of Chandler, Adams, Acosta and Weinrich was the longest. lasting, andrecorded the band's next three albums albums, Born Too Late (1986), Mournful Cries (1988) and V (1990). Although Saint Vitus enjoyedmoderate success with those albums, the band never achieved a popular breakthrough. Weinrich left the band in 1991 to focus on the reunion ofhis previous band The Obsessed, and was replaced by Chritus Linderson. Saint Vitus recorded the album C.O.D. (1992) before Linderson wasdismissed from the band. In 1994, Saint Vitus reunited with Reagers and recorded Die Healing (1995), which would be their final album for 17years.After breaking up in 1996 and briefly reforming in 2003, Saint Vitus reunited again in 2008 with the band's "classic" line-up, featuringWeinrich, Chandler, Adams and Acosta, and embarked on a successful tour. After 31 years in the band, Acosta left Saint Vitus in 2009 andwas replaced by Henry Vasquez. The new line-up recently completed a new album, titled Lilly F65, which will be released in early 2012. « hide

Similar Bands: Spirit Caravan, Pentagram, Trouble, The Obsessed, Cathedral

LPs
Lillie: F-65
05/22/2012

3.4
49 Votes
Die Healing
1994

3.7
48 Votes
Children of Doom (C.O.D.)
1992

3.3
35 Votes
V
1989

3.7
54 Votes
Mournful Cries
1988

3.8
70 Votes
Born Too Late
1986

4.3
172 Votes
Hallow's Victim
1985

4
69 Votes
Saint Vitus
1984

4.1
108 Votes
EPs
Live EP
09/13/2012

4.5
1 Votes
Thirsty And Miserable
1987

3.6
11 Votes
The Walking Dead
1985

3.6
21 Votes
Live Albums
Let The End Begin
1995

Live
1990

4.2
12 Votes
Compilations
Heavier Than Thou
1991

3.8
15 Votes

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