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Артист: Armored Saint Название: La Raza [Japanese Edition] Жанр: Heavy Metal Год выхода: 2010 Label: Metal Blade Japan / MBCY-1123 Source: Lossless О музыке:
Armored Saint is a heavy metal band originating from Los Angeles, California.
Armored Saint was formed in 1982 by brothers Phil Sandoval (guitar) and Gonzo Sandoval (drums), and guitarist David Prichard, while attending South
Pasadena High School. Next to join were singer John Bush also a South Pasadena High School Alumni and bassist Joey Vera. Gonzo Sandoval came up with
the name after getting stoned with the other band members and seeing the film Excalibur at a theater in Monterey Park. Armored Saint
recorded a five song demo that landed the song "Lesson Well Learned" on the compilation album Metal Massacre II. Three of these demo songs were then
used for the band's self-titled EP on Metal Blade Records in 1983. The group then signed with Chrysalis Records in 1984.
Armored Saint released their debut album March of the Saint in 1984 followed by 1985's Delirious Nomad. The debut album yielded a minor MTV hit
with "Can U Deliver?". After the release of Delirious Nomad, guitarist Phil Sandoval left the group. Their third album, Raising Fear, was recorded by
the remaining four members. Unhappy with their lack of success on the Chrysalis label, Armored Saint returned to Metal Blade in 1989. Soon after the
release of their first live album Saints Will Conquer the band added Jeff Duncan formerly of the L.A. club band Odin as second guitarist who is still
in the band to this day.
While writing and recording rough four-track demos for their next studio album, guitarist Dave Prichard was diagnosed with leukemia. Prichard
succumbed to the disease before recording sessions for Symbol of Salvation began. After a brief hiatus, Phil Sandoval returned to the band to replace
Prichard. The following year, Symbol of Salvation was released to widespread critical success. It was dedicated to the spirit and memory of Dave
Prichard, whose solo on the demo recording of the song "Tainted Past" was used on the album.
Following the successful Symbol of Salvation tour, The band recorded and had hits with "Reign of Fire" and "Last Train Home" in 1991. The following
year the band contributed a song to the Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth soundtrack, as well as made a brief appearance in the film. Several months
later, John Bush was offered the position of lead vocalist in the very successful thrash band Anthrax. Unsure of Armored Saint's future, Bush
accepted the job. The remaining members declined to continue, and Armored Saint was officially disbanded.
After Armored Saint disbanded, Joey Vera kept busy playing with such bands as Fates Warning, Lizzy Borden and Chroma Key. He released a solo album in
1994 and started a successful second career as a producer and engineer.
In 1999, with Anthrax on temporary hiatus, John Bush and Joey Vera decided to reform Armored Saint. The entire Symbol of Salvation lineup returned to
the studio, and in 2000 the album Revelation was released. It included the band's first song with Spanish lyrics, "No Me Digas". A small club
tour opening for Dio and Lynch Mob followed.
The following year, the band released Nod to the Old School, a collection of rarities, demos and outtakes (many from the Prichard years), plus a few
new tracks. Soon after, John Bush returned to the studio with Anthrax, and Armored Saint was once again placed on indefinite hiatus.
In 2004, Joey Vera re-joined Bush in Anthrax on a temporary basis, replacing bassist Frank Bello. Early in 2005, Anthrax's Scott Ian announced
that their classic "Among the Living"-era lineup was reforming, leaving the membership of Bush and Vera in question. Bush stated his involvement with
Anthrax was over, and Dan Nelson took over vocal duties in the band in 2007. This move gave hope to many that Armored Saint would once again record. A
one-off show with the Revelation lineup took place in 2005, and in 2006 the band embarked on a new tour.
As part of their 20th anniversary, Metal Blade released a special edition of Symbol of Salvation. Also reissued was the band's long out of print
live video A Trip Thru Red Times.
The band recently finished recording their new album titled La Raza, which was released on March 16, 2010.
On December 7, 2011, the band played the role of opening act for the 30th Anniversary of Metallica show at the Fillmore.
On February 11, 2013, Joey Vera officially announced via Facebook and Twitter that the band had begun working on a new album.
In early 1981, John Bush was invited by Lars Ulrich to audition as singer for Metallica prior to James Hetfield taking over as lead vocalist. In 1986
during the Raising Fear recording sessions, Metallica contacted Joey Vera to replace bassist, Cliff Burton after his untimely death.
It was revealed in an outtake from the documentary film Metallica: Some Kind of Monster that Phil Sandoval was involved in an altercation with
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich while attending a 1982 party. Phil pushed Lars to the ground, after which Dave Mustaine, who was still a member of
Metallica at that time, got involved and ended up breaking Phil's leg. Mustaine recounts that to this day he feels bad about the
incident, but that he was simply defending his bandmate. Mustaine later made amends by apologizing and giving Sandoval an ESP guitar
In 1992, Armored Saint appeared in the film Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth, performing the song "Hanging Judge" in the club that Terry Farrell's
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2. Head On 05:06
3. Left Hook From Right Field 05:31
4. Get Off The Fence 04:48
5. Chilled 05:02
6. La Raza 06:41
7. Black Feet 05:07
8. Little Monkey 04:45
9. Blues 03:32
10. Bandit Country 05:16