Classic heavy metal doom metal band Saint Vitus embark on a tour celebrating the band’s 35-year history from May 8-25, 2014. The band will be playing the entirety of their Born Too Late album, the first to feature Scott Weinrich on vocals. Saint Vitus made a name for itself in the world metal community for being one of two bands to continue the 1970s style of metal throughout the 1980s and 1990s, making heavy metal hymns slowed down to reflect a completely alienated worldview.
- 5/08/2014 Launch Pad – Albuquerque, NM
- 5/09/2014 Club Red – Phoenix, AZ
- 5/10/2014 Cheyenne Saloon – Las Vegas, NV
- 5/11/2014 The Observatory (Psycho De 5o Fest) – Santa Ana, CA
- 5/13/2014 The Echo – Los Angeles, CA
- 5/14/2014 SLO Brew – San Luis Obispo, CA
- 5/15/2014 Strummer’s – Fresno, CA
- 5/16/2014 Thee Parkside – San Francisco, CA
- 5/17/2014 Branx – Portland, OR
- 5/18/2014 Highline – Seattle, WA
- 5/20/2014 In The Venue – Salt Lake City, UT
- 5/21/2014 Marquis Theatre – Denver, CO
- 5/23/2014 Red 7 (Outside) – Austin, TX
- 5/24/2014 Fitzgerald’s Downstairs – Houston, TX
- 5/25/2014 Three Links – Dallas, TX
- Dave Chandler – guitar
- Scott Weinrich – vocals
- Mark Adams – bass
- Henry Vasquez – drums
Tags: Doom Metal, saint vitus, tour
4 thoughts on “Saint Vitus on 35th anniversary tour of North America”
Was doom metal band Trouble really a Christian band,and if so, is that why Prozak avoided any mention of them?
Trouble’s first album is one of the earliest if not the first heavy-doom metal long play of all time (1984), I would expect at least a footnote mention from the DLA.
Damn I love Saint Vitus but unfortunately I live in Europa. Just listened to Die Healing. Great slow and alienated heavy metal!
Speaking of doom metal, Icefall is quality late 90s stuff in a genre infested with pretenders -those of the slow hard rock/stoner genre- more than any other metal genre.
Too bad a 3 song demo tape is all they ever recorded.
Btw, it’s unfortunate that Wino era has overshadowed early Scott Reagers era, which is also the best Saint Vitus era, especially their 1st album.
No east coast dates? What gives?
Hope they announce some.
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