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Child of the Wicked Offline

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25.09.2003 13:48
#436 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

In Antwort auf:
find ich sowieso ne sauerei das IE sagen dass die Something en fehlgriff war ... is ja so wie wenn Metallica sagen würde die Master of Puppets war en einziger schrott was wir da fabriziert ham


Häh?!
Sorry, aber Jon Schaffer (also Iced Earth ) ist der Meinung, das seine beiden bisherigen Meisterstücke Night of the Stormrider (da hatter Recht ) und eben Something Wicked... gewesen seien...Das einzige Album, dass Jon dauernd schlechtmacht ist leider die Burnt Offerings...


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30.09.2003 09:56
#437 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

ICED EARTH's Forthcoming CD To Honor The 'Valor And Sacrifices' Of Hundreds Of Thousands Of Men - Sep. 29, 2003

ICED EARTH's forthcoming album, "The Glorious Burden", represents a ten-song musical enterprise honoring the valor and sacrifices that made the world what it is today. The band's ninth full-length album will be released through SPV Records on January 13, 2004.

Having only hinted at their infatuation with history in the past with "Ghost Of Freedom" (from 2001's "Horror Show") and "1776" (from 1998's "Something Wicked This Way Comes"), ICED EARTH felt it was time, in the wake of the last few years of international events, to remind the world where we originated. Guitarist and mastermind behind the ICED EARTH legacy, Jon Schaffer comments on the importance of this album, "In today's politically correct world, things aren't taught the way they should be, and the importance is not emphasized in the manner it should. So now you've got a bunch of people running around today who don't give a shit, and are spoiled brats who take for granted everything they have. It's quite disgusting sometimes when I see college students interviewed by Jay Leno who have no clue. It's very frightening. I'm hoping that somewhere we can inspire some of these kids and get them interested — if your history teacher sucks and makes history boring, go and read some books on your own because it's far from boring. The sacrifices these hundreds of thousands of men made over the past 200 years is the reason these little brats can sit around playing video games all day and live pretty safe lives. I hope we can do some good with this record."

The title "The Glorious Burden" is a metaphor for band's endurance as well as statement towards America as a world power. As to what brought on this idea for a concept album, Schaffer admits that it has been a long time coming. "I've been a military history buff all my life. The bicentennial was a great time for me as both a history buff and a young kid, because I was literally obsessed with reading about the founding fathers and the American Revolution. I've always read history books far more than any fiction, but I never really put it into music before, with these kinds of emotions."

Schaffer's adoration with history has impacted him not only as a musician, but as a merchant as well. He recently opened a historical collectibles shop in Columbus, Indiana, called Spirit of '76 Collectibles, where he hopes to educate and enthuse budding history buffs with a wide selection of art, miniatures, models, battlefield relics, etc. An official web site for the store is located at: http://www.spirit-of-76.com.

The track listing for "The Glorious Burden" is as follows:

01. The Star-Spangled Banner
02. Declaration Day
03. When The Eagle Cries
04. The Reckoning (Don't Tread On Me)
05. Greenface
06. Valley Forge Mark
07. Attila
08. Hollow Man
09. Red Baron Blue Max
10. Gettysburg (1863)
11. Part I. The Devil To Pay
12. Part II. Hold At All Costs
13. Part III. High Water Mark

The album closer, "Gettysburg (1863)", is a 32-minute epic comprised of three sections that represent specific events that happened on each of the three days of the Battle of Gettysburg (from the struggle of General Buford, Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain's defending of Little Round Top, to Pickett's charge). Schaffer hired the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra to enhance the theatrical atmosphere of the project and give it a true epic sensation.

Joining Schaffer on this historic journey are former DEATH drummer Richard Christy, longtime bassist James MacDonough, guitarist Ralph Santolla, and the latest addition to the ICED EARTH family, former JUDAS PRIEST vocalist Tim Owens. Schaffer is especially excited about this acquisition, as he has been a fan of Tim's for some time. "When I first heard Tim on 'Jugulator', I said to myself, 'damn, THAT is the voice I hear when I write songs!' He brings an excellent sense of pitch, power and emotion. People are going to hear sides of Tim on this record that they didn't even know existed."

To whet the fans' appetites until the full album is released, ICED EARTH is releasing a special four-song single for "The Reckoning (Don't Tread On Me)" on October 21 (nearly three months prior to "The Glorious Burden"'s street date). The single will contain the aforementioned song, as well as "Valley Forge", "Hollow Man", and "When The Eagle Cries (Unplugged)". Adding to the "special" nature of this release, this version of "When The Eagle Cries" is exclusive to the single!

Shortly following the release of "The Glorious Burden", ICED EARTH plans to supplement the album with the band's first-ever DVD, simply titled "Gettysburg". The DVD is planned to contain footage of the recording sessions with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, a full documentary on the Gettysburg battlefield hosted by Jon Schaffer (who discusses important locations/details about the battle, as well as matches the song's themes to their actual locations in the historic battle), a fully animated video for "Gettysburg", and two special DVD-Audio mixes of the song (a "theatrical mix" and a "metal mix").

Tja, von wegen eine DVD würde vielleicht Material von der AIA beinhaltet, nur scheiße drauf :(

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I told you once but I will say it again / When you live the flesh it is the beginning / Of the end
It will take you in / It will spit you out / Behold the flesh and the power it holds / Passion is a poison laced with pleasure bitter sweet / One of many faces that hide deep beneath / It will take you in
It will spit you out / Behold the flesh and the power it holds / Touch, taste, breathe, consumed / Deja-vu. Already knew from the first encounter / But know I know to let go of words to speak no more / Like a wind upon your face you can't see it / But you know it's there, when beauty shows / Its ugly face, just be prepared

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30.09.2003 13:05
#438 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

ich kriegs Kotzen! Jedesmal, wenns neue News gibt, wirds einem richtiggehend schlecht! Es ist nur noch traurig.
Wenn Matt nicht auch so drauf wäre, würde es mich nicht mehr wundern, dass er weg ist. Wenn Jon schon sagt, dass Tim Owens DIE stimme hat, die er immer gehört hat, wenn er SOngs geschrieben hat, ist es ja kein Wunder, dass Matt beleidigt ist. Ich frag mich, ob Jon weiß, was er an Matt hatte. Aber der scheint ja auch so krank drauf zu sein. Und nur weil die Amis alle größtenteils total verblödet und dermaßen ungebildet sind, dürfen wir uns jetzt auf eine ultralangweilige Geschichtsstunde seitens Jon freuen. Jetzt kriegt der auch noch Lehrer-Ambitionen. Ich möchte den ganzen Tag nur noch weinen!





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30.09.2003 13:38
#439 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

Wenigstens ist deine Sig geil!

CU

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03.10.2003 11:17
#440 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten


ICED EARTH: European Tour Dates Announced! - Oct. 2, 2003

ICED EARTH have announced the details of their upcoming European tour in support of their "The Glorious Burden" CD.

The band's ninth full-length album, "The Glorious Burden" will be released through SPV Records on January 13, 2004. To whet the fans' appetites until the full album is released, ICED EARTH are releasing a special four-song single for "The Reckoning (Don't Tread On Me)" on October 21 (nearly three months prior to "The Glorious Burden"'s street date). The single will contain the aforementioned song, as well as "Valley Forge", "Hollow Man", and "When The Eagle Cries (Unplugged)". Adding to the "special" nature of this release, this version of "When The Eagle Cries" is exclusive to the single.

"The Glorious Burden" is ICED EARTH's first release with singer Tim Owens (ex-JUDAS PRIEST), who replaced Matt Barlow this past summer.

ICED EARTH European tour dates:

Mar. 19 – Antwerpen, BEL - Hof Ter Loo
Mar. 20 – Hardenberg, NETH - Podium
Mar. 21 – London, UK - Mean Fiddler
Mar. 22 – Paris, FRA - Elysee Monmatre
Mar. 23 – Lyon, FRA - Transbordeur
Mar. 25 – Madrid, SPA - Aqualung
Mar. 26 – Bergara, SPA - Sala Jam
Mar. 27 – Barcelona, SPA - Razzmatazz
Mar. 29 – Milan, ITA - Rolling Stone
Mar. 30 – Pratteln, SWI - Z7
Apr. 01 – Köln, GER - E-Werk
Apr. 02 – Nürnberg, GER - Löwensall
Apr. 03 – Filderstadt, GER - Filharmonie
Apr. 04 – Wien, AUT - Planet Music
Apr. 06 – Hamburg, GER - Docks
Apr. 07 – Malmö, SWE - KB
Apr. 08 – Gothenburg, SWE - Karen
Apr. 09 – Stockholm, SWE - Arenan
Apr. 11 – Helsinki, FIN - Nosturi


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03.10.2003 12:57
#441 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

na hoffentlich hab ich da Semesterferien! Oder die CD ist so unglaublich scheiße, dass ich sie gar nicht live sehen will. Aber das letzte Konzert war halt schon mehr als geil!




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03.10.2003 13:27
#442 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

Ich warte auch erst mal ab, wie die neue CD wird und fahre dann unter Umständen nach Nürnberg.

CU

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03.10.2003 17:08
#443 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

werd wohl in Filderstadt dabei sein, sofern ich nich im Knast hock weil ich Jon 3 Stunden vor dem Gig umgebracht hab



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03.10.2003 18:14
#444 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

Werd in Nürnberg dabei sein....war ja schon mal Bei Iced earth im löwensall obwohl ich sie kaum kenne , aber trozdem geil sind...

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Child of the Wicked Offline

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07.11.2003 19:48
#445 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

'The Reckoning' ist auf Platz 42 in die deutschen Singlechatrs eingestiegen.



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07.11.2003 20:29
#446 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

Ich hab den Song gestern zum ersten Mal im Radio gehört und muss sagen, dass ich ihn eigentlich ganz gut fand. Auch Rippers Stimme ist IMO in Ordnung. Bin echt gespannt auf das Album, Texte hin oder her.

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08.11.2003 16:33
#447 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

ich find die drei Songs klingen wie eine Fortführung der Horrorshow! Nur die Stimme ist halt anders und die Texte sind....




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08.11.2003 18:09
#448 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

und der 4. Song?



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09.11.2003 09:19
#449 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

ach, warens vier. Ich hab die CD nicht gekauft, habs mir nur runtergeladen. Auch egal, der wird das nicht retten können!




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16.11.2003 19:30
#450 RE:Iced Earth (neuer Sänger!) antworten

Also ich muss sagen, nachdem man sich erstmal an die neue Stimme gewöhnt hat, geht das neue Zeug eigentlich. OK, Hollow Man und When the Eagle Cries sind und bleiben Schrott, aber das liegt daranm, dass die halt kompositorisch bzw. lyricstechnisch n kompletter Griff ins Glo sind. REckoning hat aber schon recht gute Ansätze, und Valley Forge ist zwar extrem ungewöhnlich, aber ich finds richtig geil. Auch das erste Lied seit Jahren, bei dem es ein Solo gibt, das den Namen auch verdient und nicht nur Schaffersches Skalenrumgedudel ist...



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