This short-lived US hard rock group was formed in 1978 by ex-Ted Nugent band duo Derek St. Holmes (vocals, electric guitar) and Rob Grange (bass, vocals). Recruiting ex-Montrose drummer Denny Carmassi, the line-up appeared very promising. Agreed upon by Warner Brothers, they released a self-titled debut in 1979. Composed of of power steel, the record lacked both get and personality and likened unfavourably with everything with that your band’s members got previously been linked. Following a Western european tour supporting Truck Halen, which didn’t win new enthusiasts for St. Heaven, the music group disintegrated. Carmassi became a member of Gamma and St. Holmes caused Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford for a short while, before rejoining Nugent once again.