The Saints Of Death Want Revolution


Canadian groove metal lads post new video and announce tour

SAINTS of DEATH (a name inspired by the Mexican folklore of Santa Muerte (Spanish for Holy Death)) is a four piece that originally began as a Motorhead tribute band that has now taken the reins to write original material with a double bassist attack and set themselves apart from the pack with their unique heavy sound of thrash, doom and hardcore metal.

Fronted by vocalist and eight string bassist Twan Holliday, a giant standing nearly 7’ foot tall who can also be recognized for his acting credits in some well-known Hollywood movies and pro wrestling (credits below) is joined by four string bassist Darren Morris, guitarist Phil Henri and Christopher James on drums to complete a ferocious line up that will be unleashing their self-titled debut EP on September 25th.

Leading up to its release, the band has posted a new lyric video for their track ‘Revolution’.

Plus will be supporting it with a small tour across Alberta and British Columbia.

“This song is about unity and standing up for what is right! It’s a call to people everywhere to join together and fight for their rights and what’s right through Revolution.” comments drummer Christopher James.

Track Listing: Saints of Death – Self-Titled EP
1. Army of Dead (4:22)
2. Doom 5.1 (4:43)
3. Blood Vendetta (3:12)
4. Revolution (4:30)
5. Angels & Demons (4:26)

Show Dates:

Sept 11 – Funky Winker Beans – Vancouver, BC w/ Crackwore + guests – Event info here.

Sept 19 – Brother’s Bowling & Billiards – Abbotsford, BC w/ Obsidian, The Darker Days + guests – Event info here.

Sept 24 – The Vat – Red Deer, AB w/ Leave The Living – Event info here.

Sept 25 – Distortion – Calgary, AB w/ Golers + guests – Event info here.

Sept 26 – DV8 – Edmonton , AB w/ Golers + guests – Event info here.

Sept 28 – The Green – Vernon, BC w/ XUL, Drop Dead Fred + guests – Event info here.

Oct 17 – The Wolf Bar – Mission, BC | Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | Reverbnation | Google +

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