Iced Earth stream new album

2014-01-01 by Voivod STAFF | 15 Comments
Iced Earth are streaming their new album Plagues of Babylon at Rock Hard Germany through Spotify.

The album will see a release on January 6 through Century Media Records.

You can stream the album here: http://www.rockhard.de/news/newsarchiv/newsansicht/36622-iced-earth-streamen-plagues-of-babylon-album.html

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dante1991
January 1st 2014
588 Comments


Hmm, can't seem to open the stream for me. Is it available anywhere else? Got high hopes for this album for some reason...

manosg
Contributing Reviewer
January 1st 2014
7956 Comments


I'll give it a shot even though their post-SWTWC work hasn't impressed me much.

Digging: Wizard - Bound by metal

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
January 1st 2014
6690 Comments


In order to get access to the stream, a free Spotify account is needed.

The album is good albeit Iced Earth seem to go through their motions. This is the first time I'm listening to Stu Block singing in Iced Earth and he's really good.

Digging: Brannthorde - Auf Teufel Komm Raus

tempest--
January 1st 2014
16065 Comments


yea prob sucks sorry stu!! rip barlow

Crawl
January 1st 2014
1715 Comments


it's good

Digging: August Burns Red - Found in Far Away Places

kaparoni
January 1st 2014
175 Comments


Wasn't to happy with the first 2 singls ...
Anyway , I'm too lazy to open an Spotify account for this .
I'll wait to the actual album to be released

Digging: Of Monsters and Men - Beneath the Skin

dante1991
January 1st 2014
588 Comments


"This is the first time I'm listening to Stu Block singing in Iced Earth and he's really good." - Voivod, dude, check out Dystopia. That was a pretty good album, easily their best since Horror Show

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
January 1st 2014
6690 Comments


I hear you dante, I've read good reviews about Dystopia as well. I should also check Something Wicked This Way Comes and Horror Show.

I've practically quit tracking the band since The Dark Saga.

BlackLlama
January 1st 2014
1760 Comments


I dug Ashes of Ares more.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
January 1st 2014
6690 Comments


^^^Yeah, I tend to agree with you, the Ashes of Ares album sounded a bit fresher.

zaruyache
January 1st 2014
9005 Comments


Is this lolbad? I assume it is.

Digging: False - Untitled

Crawl
January 1st 2014
1715 Comments


it's not

kingsoby1
Emeritus
January 1st 2014
4968 Comments


i used to listen to this band and demons & wizards when i was in highschool while reading the wheel of time series (before jordan died!). i thought i was the most badass nerd on the planet.

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
January 2nd 2014
2122 Comments


I actually liked Framing Armageddon Pt. 1 (not as good in hindsight tbh) but Pt. 2 was so bad I
haven't listened to anything this band's done since. And I fucking LOVE Stu Block.

Digging: Lazer Kitty - SPIES

Crawl
January 2nd 2014
1715 Comments


Democide is a brilliant song



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