Blood & Iron | Voices of Eternity

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Voices of Eternity

by Blood & Iron

Power Metal / Heavy Metal from India
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. Eternal Rites
5:01 $0.75
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2. Your Own Voice
6:46 $0.75
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3. Ascendant
4:48 $0.75
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4. Legion
4:48 $0.75
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5. Underground Rebellion
5:13 $0.75
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6. Ghost of a Memory
6:49 $0.75
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7. Path Not Taken
4:42 $0.75
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8. Burning Bridges
5:59 $0.75
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9. Redemption Day
4:46 $0.75
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Blood & Iron was formed in early 2005 by Ashish, while originally veering towards symphonic heavy metal, the band has evolved to a purer old school heavy metal sound. After numerous line-up changes, for about a year and a half, the band stabilized – and since then there’s been no looking back.

Ashish, Vikram and Prav were part of the original lineup, releasing the debut album titled Blood & Iron in 2007. Following this, Prav relocated and was away for the 2009 album titled Dynamite World. Post that album, further lineup changes occurred and Prav returned, following which the core lineup delivered with Voices of Eternity, released in 2013.

The first two albums met with good reviews and success on the Indian underground metal scene. Voices of Eternity is the latest adventure the core lineup has undertaken, and after two years in production - its ready to go!

Voices of Eternity features Giles Lavery (of Dragonsclaw fame) on vocals, as well as backing vocals by Youmni (from Dubai-based band called Ascendant).

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