ARMORED SAINT: Mexico City Show Postponed

Los Angeles metal veterans ARMORED SAINT have issued the following update:

"ARMORED SAINT regret to announce the postponement of their [May 31] show [at Circo Volador] in Mexico City. As the show was booked on short notice, this caused us to miss advertising deadlines and not have enough time to properly promote the show. The band are intent on coming to Mexico City soon and making their first show there memorable for all. A new date will be posted shortly"

ARMORED SAINT has been confirmed for this year's Rocklahoma festival, which will be held July 10-13, 2008 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma. SAINT will play on Friday, July 11 on the main stage alongside KINGDOM COME, NIGHT RANGER, EXTREME and the original lineup of TRIUMPH.

ARMORED SAINT's last CD, "Revelation", came out in 2000 on the Metal Blade label.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of ARMORED SAINT performing at the Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California on June 18, 2006:

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