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  1. Kazragami Reply

    Symbol of Salvation is the fourth album by American heavy metal band Armored Saint, released in on Metal Blade Records. It was their first release with guitarist Jeff Duncan and their last album before going on an extended hiatus that would last until The songs on this album were written and demoed in 19with original guitarist Dave Prichard, who died of leukemia in prior .

  2. Yosar Reply

    Last Train Home This song is by Armored Saint and appears on the album Symbol Of Salvation ().

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    rows · Watch the video for Last Train Home from Armored Saint's Symbol Of Salvation for .

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    Armored Saint song lyrics for album Symbol Of Salvation. Tracks: Reign Of Fire, Dropping Like Flies, Last Train Home, Tribal Dance, The Truth Always Hurts, Half Drawn Bridge, Another Day, Symbol Of Salvation, Hanging Judge, Warzone, Burning Question, Tainted Past, Spineless.

  5. Kam Reply

    Armored Saint has prevailed because of their remarkable ability to have almost every single song on their albums memorable and catchy. Songs such as these, are the type that might get stuck in your head and make you subconsciously hum the melody. Symbol of Salvation is a great album .

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    May 06,  · Symbol of Salvation, an Album by Armored Saint. Released on Metal Blade (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal. Featured peformers: John Bush (lead vocals, backing vocals), Jeff Duncan (guitar, backing vocals), Phil Sandoval (guitar), Joey Vera (bass, backing vocals, co-producer), Gonzo Sandoval (drums, percussion), Dave Jerden (producer, aka_text /5(32).

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    Apr 30,  · CD track listing: Reign of Fire Dropping Like Flies Last Train Home Tribal Dance The Truth Always Hurts Half Drawn Bridge Another Day Symbol of Salvation .

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    Apr 15,  · Armored Saint a band of childhood friends that formed in the early 80s found themselves at a difficult period at the tail end of that decade. Their first three albums (March Of The Saint, Delirious Nomad, and Raising Fear) were excellent slabs of heavy metal, taking the strengths of bands like Judas Priest and the New Wave Of British Heavy.

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