Iced Earth - Live In Ancient Kourion [Live]

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Release date: 15 April 2013
Style: Heavy metal, US power metal


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Disc I
01. Intro
02. Dystopia
03. Burning Times
04. Angel's Holocaust
05. Slave To The Dark
06. V
07. When The Night Falls
08. I Died For You
09. Invasion
10. Motivation Of Man
11. Setian Massacre
12. Stormrider
13. Pure Evil
14. Wolf
15. Dark City
16. Dracula
17. Ten Thousand Strong

Disc II
01. Anthem
02. Declaration Day
03. Days Of Rage
04. Melancholy
05. Encore Intro
06. In Sacred Flames
07. Boiling Point
08. Damien
09. Watching Over Me
10. Dante's Inferno
11. Iced Earth
12. The Hunter

Stuart "Stu" Block - vocals
Jon Schaffer - guitars, backing vocals
Troy Seele - guitars
Brent Smedley - drums
Luke Appleton - bass

Session musicians
Raphael Saini - drums

Additional info
Recorded at the ancient Kourion Theater in Limassol, Cyprus.

Release date:
- U.S. 16th April 2013
- Europe 15th April 2013

Guest review by
Iced Earth, by which I mean founder/guitarist Jon Schaffer and his ever-changing cadre of companions, has weathered a lot of instability over the years. Personnel rotate in and out like clockwork, and the revolving door that supplies the lineup has added another new member for each of the last three years. Perhaps the most noteworthy is the new vocalist, Into Eternity's Stu Block, who was thrust into the spotlight following Matt Barlow's second (and, evidently, final) departure from the band. Live In Ancient Kourion debuts the then-new lineup (quickly made obsolete in traditional Iced Earth style by Brent Smedley's departure afterwards) in spectacular fashion.

published 11.09.2013 | Comments (4)


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30.05.2013 - 10:22
Theodore V
I would like to thank the GODS OF METAL for giving us this band!!! \m/
12.05.2014 - 14:10
Raphael Sanni didn't play on this
08.07.2015 - 23:55
Bad English
Whit all do respect to Stew this album somehow needs one of older vocalists, even he do as good as he can, 100% professional work and even more but same time f we look at singer Mat was best, then Tim , Stew is weakest but its just buy few points... generally its equal, but still that feeling never goes away. Matt should not left this band , well as live singer. Studio its equal
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06.08.2017 - 12:15
da main man
On the song 'iced earth' Stew absolutely nails it! that range is insane (AK)
Matt was always a little flat, albeit much more powerful. (AinA)
on the album Gene sounds like his nuts are being stepped on, embarrassing.

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