Article and Photos by: Steven Principato Brooklyn, NY - In what would be a rare and significant event at Brooklyn’s landmark Saint Vitus, a massive crowd was gathering in front of the venue. Well-known for its daily underground scene supporting touring lineups, tonight would be a very different night, as a
Article and Photos by Steven Principato Brooklyn, NY - Revered as a pioneering force in contemporary Doom/Stoner metal, San Francisco’s Acid King took the stage of the packed and sparsely illuminated halls of Greenpoint’s well-traveled den of magnificent malevolence known as Saint Vitus. The band was formed in 1993 by guitarist/vocalist
Article and Photos by Steven Principato Brooklyn, NY - Just a typical night at Greenpoint’s most well-known hidden den of debauchery, local hellraising act, Tower made themselves at home as they prepared to destroy the familiar stage of Saint Vitus once again. Proudly setting fire to the popular local venue for
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato Just another typical night at Brooklyn’s own sanctuary for all that is deemed unholy, the depraved denizens of Saint Vitus were once again treated to a spectacular yet eclectic triple-threat performance that easily rivaled the massive rock star guitar god performing just across the river,
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato Brooklyn NY- Once again returning to perhaps last known bastion of real rock and roll in NYC, the unmarked and dimly lit Saint Vitus, familiarly adorned with a plethora of tongue and cheek satanic iconography once again prepared for a typical Saturday night. Opening the show was Summoner.
Photos and Article by: Steven Principato Returning once again to my distant but preferred den of unholy metal ritual on this sold out Sunday night among the blackend and covenesque cavern of depravity, I had elected to indulge in a bygone obsession of my youth, that being headliner EYEHATEGOD, while at the same time, feast
Photos and article by Steven Principato Brooklyn, NY - Anonymously hidden among the shops, bodegas, and occasional hipster nightspot of the traditionally ethnic but rapidly transitioning neighborhood of Greenpoint, exists a bastion of evil darkness, vice, and other awesome things. Upon entering the inconspicuous and unmarked St. Vitus, one would expect to enter by