Includes the 2012 remaster of the original album, in addition to a rare 1974 quad mix of the album folded down to stereo, plus two concerts from 1970, from Montreux and Brussels. The four-disc set comes with a 68 page hardbound book with extensive liner notes featuring new interviews with all four band members, rare photos, and memorabilia, a poster, as well as a replica of the tour book sold during the Paranoid tour.
A band in name only, Brussels' Iron Mask is really the brainchild of guitarist Dushan Petrossi, but despite recurring turnover in his supporting roles and frequent contributions from whichever gun-for-hire strikes Petrossi's fancy, 2011's Black as Death sounds pretty cohesive from start to finish…
"Titancraft" is the ninth studio album by German heavy metal band Iron Savior. Iron Savior has become a metal entity over the years. With "Titancraft", relying on the same formulaic approach as ever, these guys prove once again why they are a reliable band.
It took almost 20 years for German power metal masters IRON SAVIOR to release their first Live DVD/CD "Live At The Final Frontier". The band, founded in 1996 by Piet Sielck, Kai Hansen (Gamma Ray) and Thomen Stauch (ex-Blind Guardian), has unleashed eight studio albums since then and has just recently issued a reworked version (remixed, remastered, partly re-recorded) of their “Megatropolis” album, titled “Megatropolis 2.0”. Now with their first ever DVD, IRON SAVIOR will satisfy their fans again completely: “Live At The Final Frontier” includes the band’s recent hometown concert (Hamburg, January 2015) on DVD and 2CDs (as package in Digipak format). Additional bonus (video) material (backstage/concert) rounds off this extensive package, which is a must-have for all IRON SAVIOR fans!
split CD between BLACK TEMPLE BELOW from Italy and GUEVNNA from Japan. Co-released by different labels, it will be out in 2015.