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Die Healing

Saint Vitus

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 9th, 1995
Label:
Hellhound Records
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 89%)
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2. One Mind 04:34   Show lyrics
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3. Let the End Begin 07:36   Show lyrics
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4. Trail of Pestilence 05:11   Show lyrics
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5. Sloth 08:11   Show lyrics
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6. Return of the Zombie 06:42   Show lyrics
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7. In the Asylum 08:12   Show lyrics
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8. Just Another Notch 04:30   Show lyrics
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Band members
Dave Chandler Guitars, vocals on Just Another Notch
Scott Reagers Vocals
Mark Adams Bass
Armando Acosta (R.I.P. 2010) Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Harris Johns Producer, Engineering
Vogel de Garcia Photography
Dave Chandler Guitars, vocals on Just Another Notch
Scott Reagers Vocals
Mark Adams Bass
Armando Acosta (R.I.P. 2010) Drums
Harris Johns Producer, Engineering
Vogel de Garcia Photography
Read The End of the Beginning of... 93% GuntherTheUndying November 1st, 2013
Read What a swansong this was 93% joncheetham88 January 18th, 2013
Read Morning at the Doom Academy 86% Abominatrix March 23rd, 2010
Read Vitus Last Valiant Stand 85% brocashelm April 20th, 2006
Recorded at Music Lab. Berlin, October-November 1994.
Produced by Harris Johns & Saint Vitus.
All songs written by D. Chandler and arranged by Saint Vitus.

Released on LP by Buried by Time and Dust Records in 2010.
Re-released on CD by Season of Mist on August 16, 2013.

An album's worth of unreleased material was written (and scrapped), before Saint Vitus started writing for "Die Healing", as a trio, with Dave Chandler on vocals. Scott Reagers was then convinced to return, on the premise that this would be their final album and tour, to "bring things full circle". The already written material was slightly adapted to a style more fitting for Reagers and they flew to Germany to record it. Reagers, however, quit the band again 10 days into the subsequent tour, leaving the band to cancel the remaining dates and split unceremoniously.

According to Dave Chandler, this is Saint Vitus' "best produced album" of their first run. He picked producer Harris Johns based on his work with Sodom.
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