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IN THEIR OWN WORDS: "Visigoth is a heavy metal band. That's it. No subgenres, no claims of ambitions to reinvent the art form, no retro schtick--nothing but a pure, unbridled dedication to rock & roll at its most leather-clad, sword-wielding, and steel-studded. The five Salt Lake City hessians of whom the band's ranks are comprised have become well-known on the local circuit and beyond for their iron-forged heavy metal anthems and explosive live show. With battle-axes held skyward, Visigoth have risen plant the flag of Dio, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden firmly in Zion's soil."