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Armored Saint – Delirious Nomad


John Bush (vocals)
Joey Vera (bass, backing vocals)
Dave Prichard (guitar)
Gonzo (drums)

Produced by: Max Norman
Engineered by: Bill Freesh
Mixed by : Max Norman, Bill Fresh
Mastered by: Bob Ludwig
Digitally Remastered by: Andy Pearce, Matt Wortham

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Special Limited Deluxe Collector’s Edition. Fully Remastered Sound shaped from 24 BIT digital technology. 12 page full colour booklet – 4,000 word essay, enhanced artwork, memorabilia, rare photos and full involvement from the artist. WHEN THE history of Heavy Metal is finally written, Armored Saint will be remembered as a band that should have joined the elite platinum club, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Metallica, Anthrax, Megadeath and Slayer. Tipped by those who know such things, they displayed both the promise and the talent to springboard them to worldwide success yet, for a number of frustrating reasons, it was not to be. ‘March Of The Saint’, the band’s debut album, was a competent introduction for sure, but was hampered by an arguably incompatible production, and a label not fully versed in the fine art of marketing metal to the masses. Taking matters into their own hands for ‘Delirious Nomad’, they enlisted the help of seasoned producer Max Norman (Ozzy Osbourne, Megadeath) and set to work creating the album that they should have recorded all along. Taped in Los Angeles, the sessions progressed well but not without a degree of angst, particularly when guitarist Phil Sandoval was asked to step aside, reducing the band’s compliment to a quartet. For all that, ‘Delirious Nomad’ remains, for most people, the band’s high point, in a career that has lasted on and off for the best part of thirty years. Max Norman’s production is crisp yet crushing, whilst the band’s attack and energy level is through the roof. That the songs are truly impressive is indeed the icing on the cake.”

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