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Iced Earth

The Crucible Of Man: Something Wicked Part 2

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 2008

Label: SPV/Steamhammer

Catalog Number: SPV 91592 CD

Average Rating: 77 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Iced Earth The Crucible Of Man: Something Wicked Part 2 Album Cover

Jon Schaffer Rhythm & Lead Guitars, Backing Vocals
Matt Barlow Lead & Backing Vocals
Brent Smedley Drums
Freddie Vidales Bass
Troy Seele Lead Guitar
1.  In Sacred Flames  1:29
2.  Behold the Wicked Child  5:38
3.  Minions of the Watch  2:06
4.  The Revealing  2:40
5.  A Gift or a Curse?  5:34
6.  Crown of the Fallen  2:48
7.  The Dimension Gauntlet  3:12
8.  I Walk Alone  4:00
9.  Harbinger of Fate  4:43
10.  Crucify the King  5:36
11.  Sacrificial Kingdoms  3:58
12.  Something Wicked (Part 3)  4:31
13.  Divide Devour  3:15
14.  Come What May  7:24
15.  Epilogue  2:21
Total Running Time:  59:15

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 8, 2013 at 22:11
So Jon Schaffer fired Tim Owens just before Christmas, via the Internet, and Tim with a new baby at home. Contradicted most of the praise he'd heaped on Ripper at first, accused him of not giving Iced Earth his all. Re-enter Matt Barlow. So, mixed feelings here. On the one hand, Barlow (who grew up in my neck of the woods, and now is a policeman in the area--never met the man, though) is "the voice" of Iced Earth. On the other hand, the Ripper-sung Framing Armageddon didn't move me at all, and I wasn't loooking forward to the second half of that bloated concept album, and face it, the way Ripper was let go wasn't cool. And the Crucible Of Man, despite a handful of good songs ("I Walk Alone" the only one i can recall offhand), it just sounds like more of the same old thing. Funny how some bands can keep the same formula interesting album after album, and others, like Iced Earth, just can't. Plus, Schaffer is way more interested in this dumb storyline than anybody else.

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