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Vancouver, BC’s Saints of Death [a name inspired by the Mexican folklore of Santa Muerte (Spanish for “holy death”)] have posted a new lyric video for their track “Angels & Demons,” which is one of five annihilating thrashing death tracks on their recently released self-titled debut EP.

Have a listen to “Angels & Demons” in the player above. If you really like what you hear, feel free to stream and then order the EP on Bandcamp or Soundcloud.

About Saints of Death:

Saints of 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 metal, doom metal, and hardcore.

Taking their experiences from past bands (Snaggletooth, Scissortooth, Dead End Ascension, Skookum, My Own Chaos, Luciferian Conquest, Torrential Pain, Tides of Honor, and Annora), these veterans of the Vancouver scene are ready to debut their self-titled EP this September 25, 2015, to introduce metal fans to a new sound coming from the Canadian West coast.

Fronted by vocalist and eight-string bassist, Twan Holliday, a giant standing nearly 7’ feet tall who can also be recognized for his acting credits in some well-known Hollywood movies and pro wrestling, is joined by four-string bassist, Darren Morris, guitarist, Phil Henri, and Christopher James on drums to complete a ferocious line up.

Aiming to set the bar high with a live behemoth of ampage, backed by a custom light show, Saints of Death are pushing forward to take on the biggest stages and crowds and win over fans who enjoy headbanging to such bands as Black Sabbath, Lamb of God, Overkill, Motorhead, and Pantera.

Rock Hard \m/

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