SAINT-Hell Blade Tour-Puerto Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico
David Sanchez and Firecross Ministry brough to Puerto Rico through the 11 years bands like Bride (2000 and 2004), Jacob’s Dream(2006 and 2007), Deliverance(2007) and Sacred Warrior(2009), brough in this time(2010), one of the great bands in the Christian Heavy Metal Scence, for the first time in Puerto Rico, SAINT in Hell Blade Tour. The legendary band of the 80’s from Salem, Oregon gave a very great concert to delight to thier of Fans Boricuas before a scanty concurrence at LA RESPUESTA in Santurce-San Juan, Puerto Rico with their Apocaliptic Metal-Judas Priest Style. Both Josh Kramer(vocals) and Richard Lynch(bass) said the greeting that they was saying: “Hola Boricuaaaas?!!!!!! ” The band composed by Josh Kramer(vocals), Richard Lynch(bass), Jerry Johnson(guitar) and the most recent drummer Jarrod Nolan. The show stared with the Intro The Accesnt follow by the songs The Blade(from the recent album Hell Blade), The Mark, In The Battle, Phantom of the Galaxy(before this song Josh read someting in spanish about the Phantom=El Fantasma), other great classics like Too Late For Living, Time’s End, The Path, In the Night, Primed And Ready(final song of the show) and two (other) songs from Hell Blade album as the title song Hell Blade and To The Cross. Richard Lynch had the ministry part in the middle of the show. Also, Josh had the ministration before each song. The SAINT concert in Puerto Rico was Cool! The members of the band remained delighted and exited with the support and appreciation of the Puerto Rican Fans in that event. This one has been one of the best Christian Metal events that has never been given here in Puerto Rico. And that repeats itself in no so far other time. WOW! What a Great Time! SAINT ROCKS FOR JESUS!
−Edwin López – www.myspace.com/edwinlopez777 and Facebook-Search: Edwin López
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