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Iced Earth Announce North American Headlining Tour Dates

Iced Earth Announce North American Headlining Tour Dates

Iced Earth has confirmed an extensive 6-week run over North America for April/May, 2014 with direct support from Swedish warriors Sabaton and Dutch metal band ReVamp. Iced Earth will be touring in support of their highly anticipated forthcoming album, “Plagues of Babylon,” to be released on January 6, 2014 via Century Media Records. The band

Iced Earth Announce New Album Title and Track Listing

U.S. power metal band Iced Earth will release “Plagues of Babylon” later this year via Century Media. “The new Iced Earth studio album is expected to have a late 2013 release date,” says band mainman Jon Schaffer. “It will be titled Plagues Of Babylon and we are very excited about how killer things are sounding

Iced Earth Announce European Tour in 2014

Iced Earth have announced the first leg of their 2014 world tour. The planned 18-month journey will start after they have completed their 11th studio album, which is slated for a late 2013 release. Band leader Jon Schaffer says: “We are ready to enter the steel pirate ship that is our tour bus and spend

Iced Earth Announce Upcoming DVD Release Date

Iced Earth has been playing more shows in the past year than in the previous ten years combined. Their first officially filmed headline show “Live in Ancient Kourion” will hit stores on April 15, 2013 (and April 16, 2013 in the U.S.). This package will come to you in various configurations and, a first for

Iced Earth’s Jon Schaffer Records Vocals For Syrian Thrashers Anarchadia

Jon Schaffer, guitarist and main song writer of Iced Earth, will be featured as guest vocalist on Syrian thrashers Anarchadia’s upcoming album Let Us All Unite. Schaffer performs alongside the band’s singer Nour on a track entitled “True World Order” which will be available as a free download. Anarchadia’s album will be released on Metal

Metal Review – Iced Earth – Dystopia (2011)

Iced Earth gives me a mixed reaction these days. I was a huge fan of them during their glory days (Something Wicked This Way Comes, Dark Saga, etc.). Matt Barlow was an incredible frontman and they were much more of a thrash band than power metal band. Somewhere along the way, they stumbled and stumbled