The doom metal band Saint Vitus originated in 1978 in the City of Angels, Los Angeles, under the name Tyrant. The founding
fathers of the band include: Dave Chandler (guitarist) and Mark Adams (bass). On-and-off-again singer Scott Weinrich and Henry
Vasquez (drummer) are the newcomers to the group. One of the first bands of the doom metal genre, Saint Vitus parallels its
genre to Candlemass, Trouble and Pentagram - bands that started in the same era. See Saint Vitus up close and personal as
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Drummer Armando Acosta and singer Scott Reagers were part of the original cast in the late 1970s. Saint Vitus produced
their first two albums before Reagers was replaced by Scott Weinrich in 1986. Born Too Late, Mournful Cries and V were the
band's first three releases, which achieved moderate popularity. When Weinrich exited the band in 1991, he was replaced by
Chritus Linderson. In 1992, Saint Vitus recorded C.O.D. prior to Linderson's release from the band. Reagus reconnected
with Saint Vitus in 1994. A year later, the band released Die Healing, which would be their last album for 17 years.
The band parted in 1996 and reunited for a moment in 2003. Five years later, Weinrich, Chandler, Adams and Acosta were
back on the road again. After three decades in the band, Acosta split from Saint Vitus in 2009. He was then replaced by Vasquez.
Lillie: F-65 was released in 2012, one of eight studio albums Saint Vitus has on the shelves.
Saint Vitus has toured with one of their music influences, Black Flag. Saint Vitus has also been fortunate enough to rock
stages in Europe and all over the United States. And now StubHub offers you the opportunity to see this legendary band at
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