Die Healing

Die Healing is the seventh studio album by the American doom metal band Saint Vitus, released in 1995 by Hellhound Records.wikipedia
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Die Healing is the seventh studio album by the American doom metal band Saint Vitus, released in 1995 by Hellhound Records.
He would record only one album, C.O.D., and tour Europe and America with the band until 1993 before being replaced by original vocalist Scott Reagers for what would for a long time be their final album, Die Healing, regarded by the band to be their finest work.

Hellhound Records

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Die Healing is the seventh studio album by the American doom metal band Saint Vitus, released in 1995 by Hellhound Records.

C.O.D. (album)

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The band broke up shortly after this album, but reformed with original singer Scott Reagers for their next album, Die Healing (1995).

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This is the first Saint Vitus studio album since Die Healing (1995) and the only one to feature Scott "Wino" Weinrich on vocals in 22 years, since V (1990).

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Die Healing is the seventh studio album by the American doom metal band Saint Vitus, released in 1995 by Hellhound Records.

Hallow's Victim

This album was the last to feature original singer Scott Reagers until their seventh album, Die Healing (1995).

The Walking Dead (EP)

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This is the last release to feature original singer Scott Reagers, until he returned for Die Healing (1995).

Scott Weinrich

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Once released, it will be Saint Vitus' first since 1995's Die Healing and its first release with Weinrich since 1990's V.