Symbol of Salvation

Symbol of Salvation is the fourth album by American heavy metal band Armored Saint. It was released in 1991 on Metal Blade Records. The songs on this album were written and demoed between 1988 and 1991 with original guitarist Dave Prichard who died of leukemia prior to recording. The first guitar solo on "Tainted Past" was lifted from a 1989 4-track demo recorded by Prichard. The album was produced by Dave Jerden, who had produced Alice In Chains and Jane's Addiction albums before and Anthrax's first album with Armored Saint singer John Bush Sound of White Noise later.

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