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* ''[=COD=]'', 2007

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* ''[=COD=]'', 20071992


In 2015, original singer Scott Reagers returned to the band for a few select shows, before re-joining the band full time. The band has planned to release a new album featuring him sometime in 2018.

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In 2015, original singer Scott Reagers returned to the band for a few select shows, before re-joining the band full time. The band has planned to release announced a new album featuring him sometime in 2018.
second SelfTitledAlbum for a May 2019 release.




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* ''Saint Vitus'', 2019



* SelfTitledAlbum: Their 1984 debut.

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* SelfTitledAlbum: Their 1984 debut.debut, and their forthcoming 2019 album.

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[[caption-width-right:350:The original lineup, from left to right: Mark Adams, Dave Chandler, Scott Reagers and Armando Acosta.]]

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* BadassMoustache: Their original (and sadly departed) drummer, Armando Acosta, had a pretty impressive one.


* Mark Adams - bass

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* Mark Adams Pat Bruders - bass




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* Mark Adams - bass


In 2015, original singer Scott Reagers returned to the band for a few select shows, before re-joining the band full time. The band has planned to release a new album featuring him sometime in 2018.



* Scott "Wino" Weinrich - vocals

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* Scott "Wino" Weinrich Reagers - vocals



* Scott Reagers vocals

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* Scott Reagers "Wino" Weinrich vocals


* XMeetsY: Music/BlackFlag meets Music/BlackSabbath.

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* XMeetsY: Music/BlackFlag meets Music/BlackSabbath.----

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* LargeHam: Scott Reagers was this, at least compared to Wino, who has a much more subdued and down-to-earth delivery.


* CallBack: [[https://youtu.be/bFwpXdIHWso "Return Of The Zombie"]], from their seventh album ''Die Healing'', is one to one song from their first self-titled album, [[https://youtu.be/RGBwetqTSSA "Zombie Hunger"]].

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* CallBack: [[https://youtu.be/bFwpXdIHWso "Return Of The Zombie"]], from their seventh album ''Die Healing'', is one to one a song from their first self-titled album, [[https://youtu.be/RGBwetqTSSA "Zombie Hunger"]].

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--> "You turn your crosses upside down, it shows that you're a fool!"

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* OffTheWagon: [[https://youtu.be/MzjR03a5A0o "Just Another Notch"]], which features guitarist Dave Chandler on vocals.


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* SelfTitledAlbum: Their 1984 debut.

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* CallBack: [[https://youtu.be/bFwpXdIHWso "Return Of The Zombie"]], from their seventh album ''Die Healing'', is one to one song from their first self-titled album, [[https://youtu.be/RGBwetqTSSA "Zombie Hunger"]].


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* TakeThat: [[https://youtu.be/lKU2xZLVPlU "Prayer For The (M)asses"]] is one to faux satanism in Metal.


* GenreShift: Saint Vitus showed their punk influences on their second album, ''Hallow's Victim''. Its [[https://youtu.be/NxKU-emAPFw title track]] and [[https://youtu.be/W45a7qOB0i4 "White Stallions]] have little to do with their usual Doom.

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* GenreShift: Saint Vitus showed their punk influences on their second album, ''Hallow's Victim''. Its [[https://youtu.be/NxKU-emAPFw title track]] and [[https://youtu.be/W45a7qOB0i4 "White Stallions]] Stallions"]] have little to do with their usual Doom.

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* GenreShift: Saint Vitus showed their punk influences on their second album, ''Hallow's Victim''. Its [[https://youtu.be/NxKU-emAPFw title track]] and [[https://youtu.be/W45a7qOB0i4 "White Stallions]] have little to do with their usual Doom.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Generally a 6-7, occasionally going as high as an 8 (usually on those rare occasions when they decide to speed things up a bit).


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* TropeCodifier: For DoomMetal as a whole, along with Music/{{Trouble}} and Music/{{Candlemass}}.
** UrExample: For the Stoner Rock/Metal subgenre, arguably.

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