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Been on a huge kick since Thursday, does anybody remember the track, The Pillar? Holy fucking shit, just makes you want to blow out your speakers, don't think I gave their newer stuff a fair shake, this is awesome

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Haven't really listened to these guys since that cool album with 'Reign of fire' and 'Another Day' on it. Cool disc. 

Doesn't actually sound like they've changed much. When was this recorded? Probably should give their discography a look in. 

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this came out on Revelation in 2000, an awesome disc, everything since ive thought fucking blows, he came on strong on Revelations after singing for Anthrax most of the 90's, he should go back to Anthrax, as I truly felt he was the perfect fit, and enjoyed those albums he was on immensely, I love Armored, he just had a chemistry with Anthrax, he's one of my top 10 fav vocalists ever, I truly enjoy his voice, and his writing, hope he puts out some good shit in the future, it's been a minute. (by him im speaking of John Bush of course)

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On ‎5‎/‎7‎/‎2020 at 2:23 AM, Leykis101 said:

this came out on Revelation in 2000, an awesome disc, everything since ive thought fucking blows, he came on strong on Revelations after singing for Anthrax most of the 90's, he should go back to Anthrax, as I truly felt he was the perfect fit, and enjoyed those albums he was on immensely, I love Armored, he just had a chemistry with Anthrax, he's one of my top 10 fav vocalists ever, I truly enjoy his voice, and his writing, hope he puts out some good shit in the future, it's been a minute. (by him im speaking of John Bush of course)

I liked him with Anthrax ,also.Lucky to see them play live

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Broke the rule of not listening to new singles  but, Sweet mother of Jesus, this is real pounding  heavy metal with an aging bouquet of leather, tobacco and the occasional cinnamon aroma.... My back's still aching since their latest Greek gig...

 

Order at: https://www.metalblade.com/armoredsaint
"End of the Attention Span" from the "Punching the Sky" album.
Bassist Joey Vera comments: "We've teamed up with video director Robert Graves for our first single, 'End of the Attention Span'. Robert got the lyrical content right away and together we delved into society's ongoing fascination with electronic devices and the insidious disconnect it creates. The irony is that most of us feel connected together through our phone and computer screens, but the reality is that we have created a wedge between ourselves. Our human interactions have been infected with an intense need for information. We're always 'looking' for more. The end result is a very damaged attention span."

Produced by: Defiant Digital Productions (http://www.defiant-digital.com)
Director: Robert Graves
Grip: Israel Gutierrez

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That new music is stupidly on point and amazing sounding, just like John's voice which is as excellent as ever.

 

Recently watched this and you should to. The set list is nice and how can you not end a AS show without Can U Deliver!:

 

I remember the 1 and only time I saw AS live. 150 years ago. At the Moore Theatre in Seattle, WA. They supported another fledgling metal band supporting an album that was starting to get some airplay. AS was touring for their epic March of the Saint record and they were ridiculously good. All decked out in their leathur and me at 16 right up front getting and giving high fives metal hugs and noogies from Dave Prichard and the rest of the gang.

 

They opened for Metallica btw, who where supporting their best album to date Ride The Lightning. And yes we witnessed greatness in the Cliff Burton...

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