Iron Savior - Megatropolis

7.7 | 91 votes |
Release date: 4 June 2007
Style: Power metal


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01. Running Riot
02. The Omega Man
03. Flesh
04. Megatropolis
05. Cybernetic Queen
06. Cyber Hero
07. A Tale From Down Below
08. Still I Believe
09. Hammerdown [Digipak Edition/Japanese bonus]
10. Farewell And Good Bye
11. Iron Watcher [Japanese bonus]

Additional info
Line-up on the album:
Thomas Nack - Drums and Percussion
Yenz Leonhardt - Bass and Backing Vocals
Joachim "Piesel" Küstner - Guitars and Backing Vocals
Piet Sielck - Guitars and Lead Vocals

Produced by Piet Sielck
Co-produced by Iron Savior
Recorded, mixed and engineered by Piet Sielck at Powerhouse, Hamburg, Germany in February 2007
Drums recorded by Piet Sielck at HammerMusic, Brackel, Germany in January 2007

"This album is dedicated to my brother Tim Sielck who died in November 2005.
Tim, Du fehlst mir unendlich.
In Liebe, Dein Bruder."

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03.04.2012 - 02:18
Rating: 9
Honestly, in my opinion this is one of the best records of his career.
03.04.2015 - 21:24
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Written by Vikcen on 03.04.2012 at 02:18

Honestly, in my opinion this is one of the best records of his career.

Agreed. I like it very much, and I think it's quite better than the overrated Condition Red and Battering ...
27.06.2016 - 21:38
Rating: 8
Great Iron Savior record, many power metal classics on this one. "Farewell And Good Bye" could be Iron Saviors best track!
12.07.2016 - 17:46
Rating: 6
Never really could appreciate this album and it must've been this album that made me realize that IS had been going downhill already a couple of albums before this. It has a couple of strong songs (title track & "Farewell And Good Bye") but most of the album is spent waiting for those better songs to begin.
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