Armored Saint is an American heavy metal band, formed in 1982 in Los Angeles, California. Since 1990, the band has consisted of John Bush on lead vocals, Joey Vera on bass, Jeff Duncan on rhythm guitar and the Sandoval brothers, Gonzo and Phil on drums and lead guitar, respectively. Of the current lineup, Bush and Vera are the two constant members. To date, they have released seven studio albums, one EP, two live albums and one compilation album.
Armored Saint is a heavy metal band originating from Los Angeles, California. Armored Saint was formed in 1982 by brothers Phil and Gonzo Sandoval, and guitarist David Prichard, while attending Woodrow Wilson High School. Next to join were singer John Bush 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.
March of the Saint (1984) by Armored Saint. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: John Bush, David Pritchard, Phil Sandoval, Joey Vera, Gonzo Sandoval. Armored Saint Discography.
Armored Saint - Mad House -March Of The Saint (1984) Heavy metal/US 03:48. Armored Saint - Take A Turn -March Of The Saint (1984) Heavy metal/US 03:44. Armored Saint - Can U Deliver -March Of The Saint (1984) Heavy metal/US 03:35.
ARTIST: Armored Saint ALBUM: March Of The Saint RELEASE DATE: 30/06/84. 01. March Of The Saint 02. Can U Deliver 03. Mad House 04. Take A Turn 05. Seducer 06. Mutiny On The World 07. Glory Hunter 08. Stricken By Fate 09.
Armored Saint - легенда американского хэви. Группа, наряду с "Металликой" начинавшая металлическое движение, когда, казалось бы, никаких предпосылок к возникновению команд подобной направленности не было.
Throughout the '80s, you'd be hard-pressed to find an American heavy metal band which sounded more British than Armored Saint. While most of their contemporaries seemed preoccupied with the fast-growing thrash metal movement, here was a group of committed purists who were simply updating traditional metal at its best for the '80s generation. By the same token, the band was never able to benefit from the perks of being associated with a "scene" per se, which might explain their relative obscurity despite consistently issuing such quality material.