ARMORED SAINT performed at the Galaxy Theater in Santa Ana, California Father's Day (Sunday night, June 18). According to one attendee, the highlight of the night was Phil [Sandoval, guitar], who was wearing a picture of his son David on his shirt, brought his kid on stage 'cause the kid wanted to say 'Happy Father's Day,' but the five-year-old passed out cold after the third song. It looked like Phil was holding a corpse on stage. The kid never woke up. And they played 'Seducer', which they haven't done in forever."
Check out a video clip of ARMORED SAINT performing live at the Galaxy Theater in Santa Ana, California on June 18 at this location. Photos of the show can be found here. (Photos and video courtesy of Stephanie Cabral.)
ARMORED SAINT are in the middle of performing several warm-up dates in southern California before embarking on a European tour later in the summer, including shows at the Bang Your Head festival in Balingen, Germany (June 23-24), the Evolution Festival in Brescia, Italy (July 14-16) and the Graspop Metal Meeting in Dessel, Belgium (June 25). The band's next live appearance will take place July 7 at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California alongside DEATH ANGEL and FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
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