Saint Vitus - Die Healing album flac
Probably the best Vitus album with the legendary vocalist Scott Reagers Tracklist: Dark World 0:00 One Mind 4:55 Let The End Begin 9:27 Trail of Pestilence.
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Die Healing Tracklist. 1. Dark World Lyrics.
Die Healing is the seventh studio album by the American doom metal band Saint Vitus, released in 1995 by Hellhound Records. In addition to being their final album before disbanding in 1996, Die Healing saw the band reunite with the original lineup of vocalist Scott Reagers, guitarist Dave Chandler, bassist Mark Adams and drummer Armando Acosta. It would, however, be the last Saint Vitus album to feature Acosta before his death in 2010, and Reagers for 20 years until his return to the band in 2015.
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Saint Vitus - Die Healing 8 songs lyrics: Dark World, One Mind, Let the End Begin, Trail of Pestilence, Sloth, Return of the Zombie, In the Asylum, Just Another Notch.
Out of the two reissued Saint Vitus albums that I received, this 1995 release and the band’s final before their seventeen year hiatus (they released Lillie: F-65 in 2012) really managed to set off something in my brain. Apparently he was the band’s original frontman before Wino joined in 1985 and the album was intended as a comeback record of sorts
And although this swan song, much like its predecessor, found Saint Vitus putting almost all of their eggs in the basket of sluggish doom tempos, to the dismay of all but the most committed fans of the genre (lone exceptions being driving closer "Just Another Notch" and the quasi-thrashing mid-section of "Let the End Begin," featuring a Mark Adams bass solo), the vast superiority of Reagers' vibrato-laden voice over Lindersson's sleepy monotone made for a much stronger album, overall.