Welcome to episode 11 of podcast in stone, the only podcast dedicated on all things Iced Earth. On this episode we talk about the follow up to Dystopia and Stu's second album with the band on Iced Earth's eleventh album; Plagues of Babylon. From the old-school thrash riffs to the heavy and dark vibe, we go into detail on how Plagues of Babylon evolved from what came before it and how it cuts a path of metal so heavy, we thought we were in the Burnt Offerings era.
We talk with the one and only Gene Adam, original singer of Purgatory and Iced Earth.
Gene talks about his history with the band, from his introduction to heavy metal and joining Purgatory, to going on Iced Earth's first tour and what music he has been creating since.
Welcome to episode 10 of [Pod]Cast In Stone, the only podcast 100% dedicated to Iced Earth!
On this episode we talk about the dystopian themed and the introduction of Stu Block on Iced Earth's tenth album; Dystopia.
From the incredible singable choruses to Stu's amazing voice, we go into detail on how Dystopia captured the fire and re-invigoration of a band reborn and how it's the come back album Iced Earth desperately needed.
Welcome to episode 9 of [Pod]Cast In Stone, the only podcast 100% dedicated to Iced Earth.
On this episode we talk about the ending of Set's story and the return of Matt Barlow on Iced Earth's ninth album; Crucible of Man: Something Wicked Part 2.
From the abundance of rehashed ideas and repeating song structures, we go into detail on how Crucible of Man captured Matt Barlows best vocal performances across some of the most uninspired songs in the band's catalogue, where only a handful of songs matter. Crucible was no doubt a victim of it's own hype.