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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Century Media Records
Catalog Number: 8727-2
Stu Block Lead Vocals|
Troy Seele Lead Guitar
Jon Schaffer Rhythm, Lead & Acoustic Guitars, Backing Vocals
Freddie Vidales Bass, Backing Vocals
Brent Smedley Drums
|1. ||Dystopia ||5:49|
|2. ||Anthem ||4:54|
|3. ||Boiling Point ||2:47|
|4. ||Anguish of Youth ||4:41|
|5. ||V ||3:39|
|6. ||Dark City ||5:42|
|7. ||Equilibrium ||4:31|
|8. ||Days of Rage ||2:17|
|9. ||End of Innocence ||4:07|
|10. ||Tragedy and Triumph ||7:44|
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|Total Running Time:|| 46:11|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 8, 2013 at 22:21|
|Fifth singer for Iced Earth (jeez, they've had as many lineup changes as Whitesnake!), and it's Stu Block from Into Eternity. I have to think he's wasting his talents in Iced Earth, because Schaffer pretty much wants him to sing like a mix between Barlow and Ripper (and a fair amount of Hetfield actually comes out). You know what to expect: typical galloping riffs, Schaffer'ss trademark overuse of the same triplet patterns he's used since forever, and melodies that falll just short of memorable. There are some ferocious thrashing moments, but nothing the band hasn't done better in the past. "Boiling Point," "Dark City," and bonus track "Iron Will" are good songs, as is Stu's ode to his cancer-stricken mother, "End Of Innocence." But overall, a mediocre disc.
||Date: August 20, 2013 at 17:17|
|I kind of like this album. "End of Innocence" is my favorite tune. "Anthem" is good too. Vocals are a bit more melodic.
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