Reunited MORBID SAINT Schedules More Dates

Veteran Wisconsin thrash kings MORBID SAINT have reunited for a number of shows throughout the States and abroad, including this past May's Maryland Deathfest X, Metal On The Rocks in Mexico City, The Barbary in Philadelphia in support of WHIPLASH, and a headlining concert at Club Europa in Brooklyn, New York. In 2013, the band will travel to Germany and play the Keep It True festival.

MORBID SAINT's next scheduled appearance is on July 27 at Reggie's in Chicago, Illinois in support of DIAMOND PLATE.

Relapse Records recently reissued MORBID SAINT's seminal debut album, "Spectrum Of Death", on vinyl. Originally released in 1988, this death/thrash cult classic, produced by Eric Greif, was light years ahead of its peers, leaving posers crushed in a heap of destruction!

Amateur fan footage of MORBID SAINT's live performance of the classic thrash masterpiece "Assassin" from Maryland Deathfest X can be seen below:

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