SAINT VITUS To Release New, Self-Titled Album In May; Listen To '12 Years In The Tomb' Song
February 27, 2019
The godfathers of American doom metal SAINT VITUS will release their new, self-titled album on May 17 via Season Of Mist.
The new track "12 Years In The Tomb" can be streamed below.
"Saint Vitus" track listing:
01. Remains (6:23) 02. A Prelude To... (3:20) 03. Bloodshed (3:04) 04. 12 Years In The Tomb (5:24) 05. Wormhole (5:22) 06. Hour Glass (5:23) 07. City Park (4:01) 08. Last Breath (6:38) 09. Useless (1:32)
Formed in 1979, SAINT VITUS were largely influenced by BLACK SABBATH, whose song "Saint Vitus Dance" obviously inspired the moniker. Since their debut album, "Saint Vitus", came out in 1984, the Americans have released seven more full-lengths and two EPs that are summarily considered to be classics of their genre.
SAINT VITUS released a live album, "Live Vol. 2", in September 2016 via Season Of Mist. The set was recorded during the tour for "Lillie: F-65" on March 19, 2013 at the Kulturfabrik in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg.
Last fall, it was revealed that original SAINT VITUS bassist Mark Adams is suffering from Parkinson's disease.
Adams has been absent from some of SAINT VITUS's recent tours. Playing bass for the group has been former CROWBAR and current DOWN bassist Pat Bruders.
SAINT VITUS's current lineup:
Dave Chandler: guitar Henry Vasquez: drums Scott Reagers: vocals Pat Bruders: bass
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