ARMORED SAINT Album Cover Gallery and 12" Vinyl LP Discography

"Armored Saint's Album Cover Gallery and Vinyl Discography" showcases the band's evolution and artistic vision. From the bold imagery of "March of the Saint" to the captivating visuals of "Symbol of Salvation," each album cover reflects the essence of their music. Their vinyl discography, with its meticulously crafted records, offers a tangible and immersive experience for fans, allowing them to appreciate Armored Saint's iconic sound and aesthetic.


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Armored Saint is an American heavy metal band that was formed in 1982 in Los Angeles, California. The band is considered to be one of the pioneers of the US power metal scene, and is known for its blend of traditional heavy metal, speed metal, and progressive metal elements.

The original lineup consisted of John Bush on vocals, Phil Sandoval on guitar, Dave Prichard on guitar, Joey Vera on bass, and Gonzo Sandoval on drums. Throughout the years, the band has undergone several lineup changes, with John Bush and Joey Vera being the only constant members.

Armored Saint is best known for its powerful live performances and its blend of traditional heavy metal and progressive elements. Some of their most popular songs include "March of the Saint," "Can U Deliver," and "Aftermath."

The band has released several studio albums over the years, including "March of the Saint" (1984), "Raising Fear" (1987), and "Symbol of Salvation" (1991). Despite facing numerous obstacles and lineup changes, Armored Saint has remained active and continues to tour and record new music.

Overall, Armored Saint is regarded as one of the most influential and important heavy metal bands to come out of the United States, and continues to be a staple of the heavy metal scene.

Index of ARMORED SAINT Vinyl Album Discography and Album Cover Gallery

ARMORED SAINT - Delirious Nomad 12" Vinyl LP
ARMORED SAINT - Delirious Nomad album front cover

  Chrysalis 206 442 , 1985 , Germany

"Delirious Nomad" stands as the sophomore LP by California's formidable Heavy Metal ensemble, Armored Saint. Unleashed upon the music realm in 1985, this opus showcases the band's mastery in crafting visceral sonic landscapes. With pounding riffs and evocative lyricism, the album paints a vivid journey through the nomadic realms of delirium, encapsulating the spirit of a genre-defining era.

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ARMORED SAINT - March Of The Saint 12" Vinyl LP
ARMORED SAINT - March Of The Saint album front cover

Chrysalis 206 696 , 1984 , EEC

"March of the Saint," the inaugural opus from American Heavy Metal icons Armored Saint, resonates powerfully on this 1984 12" Vinyl LP. Guided by the skilled hands of producer Max 'On Yer Bike' Norman, the album encapsulates a defining era. With potent riffs and anthemic vigor, it's a testament to the band's ascendancy, marking their indomitable march into the Metal pantheon.

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ARMORED SAINT - Raising Fear 12" Vinyl LP
ARMORED SAINT - Raising Fear album front cover

Chrysalis 208 686 , 1987 , EEC

Armored Saint's Raising Fear is an outstanding album that showcases the band's musical prowess and ability to connect with listeners on an emotional level. From the powerful opening track to the thought-provoking closing anthem, the album takes listeners on a journey through the highs and lows of the human experience.

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ARMORED SAINT - Symbol of Salvation 12" Vinyl LP
ARMORED SAINT - Symbol of Salvation album front cover

Metal Blade Records ZORRO 20 , 1991 , England

"Symbol of Salvation," etched onto a 1991 UK 12" Vinyl LP, stands as a poignant masterpiece from L.A.'s iconic metal collective, Armored Saint. This release bears the weight of tragedy, as Dave Pritchard's battle with leukemia cast a somber shadow over its creation. Despite adversity, the album's powerful sound and emotional depth endure, forever memorializing both the band's resilience and Pritchard's enduring spirit.

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