Discography of Saint (14):
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Time's End||9||1985||Pure Metal|
|2||Time's End||18||2002||Millenium Eight Records|
|3||Warriors Of The Son||6||1984||Morada Records|
|4||In The Battle||10||2010||Retroactive Records|
|5||In The Battle||10||2004||Armor Records|
|6||Time's End||9||1986||Pure Metal|
|7||The Mark||12||2006||Armor Records|
|8||Warriors Of The Son 2004||8||2004||Armor Records|
|9||Warriors Of The Sun||8||2004||Armor Records|
|10||Crime Scene Earth||9||2008||Armor|
|11||Crime Scene Earth 2.0||10||2010||Retroactive Records|
Not to be confused with Saint from Chicago, Illinois.
Saint is a Christian heavy metal band who started out by the name The Gentiles in 1981. They Recorded their first EP as "Saint" entitled "Warriors of the Son" in early 1984 on Rotten Records.
In 1986 Saint recorded their first full length Lp on Pure Metal records entitled "Time's End". It was a groundbreaking album for the band and got airplay on many christian radio stations throughout the US.
In 1988 the band released the album "Too late for living" which featured Dee Harrinton on guitar.It also was on the pure metal label and had a more produced and metal sound.
Not long afterward the band broke up and the record company folded and many Saint fans were left wondering why.
In 1997 Richard and DeAnna Lynch reissued all three Saint albums on a two CD set. Then in 1999 Saint released a full length entitled "The Perfect Life" which was more of a modern sound with a couple of classic sounding Saint songs.Later that year and into the new millenium Saint would work along with M8 Distribution to re-issue "Warriors of the Son" with The Gentiles demo, Too Late for Living and "Times End" with a live show from Cornerstone 1986. Armor Records then picked up the band and re-released remastered versions of the band's first three CD's. Saint returned in Febuary 2004 after a long hiatus with another album, In The Battle.
Josh Kramer - Vocals (Guest Templar (Aus))
Jerry Johnson - Guitars
Dee Harrington - Guitars (Holy Danger)
Richard Lynch - Bass
Larry London - Drums
John Mahan (and Vocals)
Robert Gutierrez (Guest)