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SAINT OF KILLERSCD $10


SAINT OF KILLERS
EDT4013

Saint of Killers produces a raucous unrelenting storm of sound pummeling improvisation with a sonic sledge hammer. The group's primary objective is to leave listeners with the sensation that life is not all it's made out to be, that beauty and happiness can only be found once one can actually acknowledge the ultimate truth of the ugliness and horrors that is human nature.

Listen to: Jaw Of Traitor Pt.2 from Saint of Killers

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“…holy hell, it's truly amazing…the live closer of the record, shreds completely through 10 minutes of paralyzing improv/metal mayhem, using its stops and quiet spaces to as stunning effect as the outburts/freakouts and pure sheets of screech laid down by Jesse.” - WFMU 91.1 FM , NJ

"a roaring, pounding blast o' heaviness with all the
grace and gentleness of a pack of killers with long
knives systematically butchering"
-DEAD ANGEL

"highest recommendation to disturbed individuals
who refuse to take their medication and really appreciate fucked up sonic mayhem played by talented individuals
who can play like the devil and are determined to do something creatively different.
- AURAL INNOVATIONS

"Brute strength and attitude carry the day. The energy
on this disc is absolutely huge."
- Jon Worley, Aiding & Abetting

"Noise rock project Saint of Killers is about ominous
crush tones with interludes of guitar noodling punctuated
by episodes of blood-curdling screams. This uneven approach gives the music a creepy, unpredictablewhat's-behind-the- corner feel. Guest musician Matt Waters
on saxophone wails cosmic freak-out jazz ratcheting
up the tension on this album."
- Outsite Magazine
Alwyn Quebido - electric guitar
Jesse Quattro -vocals
Tyler Cox -drums
Guests:
Matt Waters - saxophones
Miya Osaki - bass