Iced Earth Plagues of Babylon
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Emyay
January 10th 2014



5804 Comments


Great summary.

Never got into this band. Definitely not gonna waste my time on this

The3014thVermicide
January 12th 2014



27 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Band was one of the best groups of power metal when matt barlow was the singer, burn offerings and something wicked are a 5, that's for sure

manosg
January 12th 2014



5746 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Night of the Stormrider is also up there. Probably their best.

CaptainDooRight
January 13th 2014



28360 Comments


Maybe I'm the first to say this butt that cover is quee del la quee

Digging: Tukaaria - Raw to the Rapine

Eunuch
January 13th 2014



1233 Comments


No offense but why would people even check this out without hearing Dystopia first. If you turn on
Dystopia and can't jam out to the rhythm section of Equilibrium then paint my nails pink and call me a
faggot.

BoltThrower
January 30th 2014



4 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This album is actually good, better than Dystopia and much better than Crucible and Framing. It took me a few listens to like it that much though.

InFlamesWeThrash666
February 1st 2014



939 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Dystopia was a pretty good album,way better than this.

Digging: Vinterbris - Solace

manosg
February 19th 2014



5746 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Not a bad album but it feels like a rehash and it's quite tame.

Eunuch
February 27th 2014



1233 Comments


well I still kind of like this as a fun listen. There is a lot of hooks and interesting types of songs. Sure old Iced Earth shits on this but yeh could say that for every band.

Eunuch
May 15th 2014



1233 Comments


some really enjoyable rock/metal here. Album starts off meh but gets better. Stu can sing some catchy ass vox like on Cthulu.



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