CHILD SAINT – Live In Los Angeles

CHILD SAINT – Live In Los Angeles
Released Year:
1. Blood for Gold2. Wrath of Man3. I Am Future4. Persecution5. To Die in the Sun6. That Was Then7. The Horsemen8. The Darkling9. Pirates of Time10. Child Saint

Recorded live in San Pedro, California on May 21th 1988 this CD captures all the power and the energy of those US Power Metallers that have also released a brilliant 12″ EP.

Here the listener will be able to hear both the tracks of the 12″ EP (I Am Future / Child Saint) plus eight unreleased songs.

Listening to their up tempo Power metal with lots of technical moments and fantastic vocals I still wonder why this band hasn’t released an official album all those years.

Hopefully this private release -that marks the re activation of the band- would probably manage to bring in Child Saint’s hands a contact with a record label for a possible future studio release.

Anyone that wants to check this fantastic live CD should write at: childsaintmetal@!

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I breathe for music. And I am more than sure that my mission in this universe is to make everybody agree that "Awaken The Guardian" by FATES WARNING is the best album ever released, yes in all musical genres. My next mission is to feed homeless cats and when I am not busy with all this stuff I listen to US Prog / Power and Epic Doom Metal. And I cast spells in rituals in order to awake the old ones. After my subscription to the "Happy Otters" team on Facebook.

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