St. Madness interview I was super nervous to do this interview cmon it's ST. Madness. I've been a huge fan for many years, ENJOY! * Huge fan
Throughout the years, ST. MADNESS has opened for or been on the same bill as Van Halen, The Misfits, Monster Magnet, Lynch Mob, Fates Warning, King Diamond, Destruction, Death, Sacred Reich, Flotsam & Jetsam and DRI, just to name a few.
ST. MADNESS performed at the 1998 and 1999 Milwaukee Metal Festivals, featuring, among others, Merciful Fate, Death, Sodom, Emperor, Dying Fetus, Six Feet Under and much more.
In June of 2005, ST. MADNESS was hired as the musical guest to perform during "Rage in the Cage" (ultimate fighting) at the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale Arizona. We performed for over 8000 people at that event.
On November 7, 2009, ST. MADNESS was the direct support to the legendary "DRI" in Mesa, Arizona (USA) and again on Sept 10, 2010 – both shows sold out.
ST. MADNESS had the honor of being the only Heavy Metal band both mentioned and receiving a full page interview in the September 2008 Phoenix New Times "Best of Phoenix" issue.
On November 18, 2010, ST. MADNESS received the 2010 "Rock Artist of The Year" award from The Phoenix/L.A. Music Awards". The awards ceremony took place at the Paramount Theater (located on the Paramount Studio’s movie lot) in Los Angeles. Prophet's maiden solo album, "The Edge," (Prophet & The Cowboys of Apocalypse/Nasty Prick Records/2010) was simultaneously awarded "Record of the Year" for 2010 by the Phoenix/L.A. Music Awards as well.)
On November 20, 2010, ST. MADNESS performed in concert at the world famous, "Whisky A Go Go" in Los Angeles. This show was hosted by METAL SANAZ and headlined by The Deathriders (featuring Neil Turbin, formerly of Anthrax).
ST. MADNESS received the "Rock Artist of the Year” by "The Phoenix Music Awards", held April 30th, 2011 at The Saltmine Studios in Mesa, AZ.
In November of 2013, the ST. MADNESS release "Carnimetal" was awarded the Producer's Choice Metal Album of the Year" by the L.A. Music Awards at the Avalon Theater in Hollywood.
ST. MADNESS has been interviewed and reviewed in many metal magazines, and many songs tracks also air on Rock/Metal radio stations worldwide. Google "ST. MADNESS" for links to press, music sites, podcasts, etc.
Loneliness is Black (1994)
Spiritual Visions (1997)
God Bless America (1998)
Scare the World (2000)
We Make Evil Fun! (2003)
Vampires in the Church (2006)
Canonizing Carnage (2012)
"Drowning On Air"
"The Art of Terror"