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Funeral - Iced Earth - Iced Earth (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mar 30,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Iced Earth - Iced Earth at Discogs. Complete your Iced Earth collection/5().
  2. Iced Earth's self-titled debut is quite a controversial one, not for moral or social reasons, but for musical ones. It's certainly not a hated album, but the two big reasons for controversy I heard are that the music is too complex instrumentally and that Gene Adams' vocals sucked.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Iced Earth on Discogs. Label: Century Media - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • /5(39).
  4. The Funeral Iced Earth. Album Iced Earth. The Funeral Lyrics [Spoken] Once again we have laid another loved one to rest And as we fight the grief in our hearts.
  5. Year: Label: Century Media Iced Earth breaks new ground in the metal world with their debut album. Bassist Dave Abell and drummer Mike McGill lay down a solid foundation, Jon Schaffer fills in the cracks with his rhythm guitar, and the high pitched wailing of Gene Adam’s voice and Randy Shawver’s lead guitar are built on top that base.
  6. Sep 29,  · Iced Earth has been a long time favorite metal band in the mix of our metal collection, and nothing quite says Iced Earth like one of their top albums like Burnt Offerings. While we normally just.
  7. Iced Earth’s quest to become one of the most popular bands in the power metal genre began back in with the release of their self-titled debut album, which combined elements of the NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) and thrash metal to produce songs which are crammed with intense, galloping riffs, interesting harmonies, and epic vocals.
  8. This is Iced Earth's most solid release, showcasing Schaffer's talent at the early stages of the band before everything became centered around Barlow. If you want to hear a great mix of thrash and power metal riffs and solos, this is the album for you. If you'd rather hear Barlow's melodramatic singing, then get one of the later albums/5(43).

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