IRON FIRE Seek New Bassist

Danish power metallers IRON FIRE are looking for a new bass player following the departure of Jakob Lykkebo earlier in the year. For more information, send an e-mail to:

The group, who issued two full-length albums through the Sanctuary/Noise label, recently completed work on an album-length CD/demo, which they're using to procure a new record deal. The tracks featured on the CD, entitled The Underworld, are as follows:

01. Fire God
02. Back In The Pit
03. Drowning In Blood
04. The Underworld
05. Black Heart
06. Vengeance From Hell
07. Reborn To Darkness
08. The Grave Yard
09. Days Of Tragedy
10. Prophecy Of Pain

IRON FIRE hope to record the follow-up to 2001's On The Edge later in the year for an early 2003 release.

For more information on IRON FIRE, visit the band's official web site at this location.


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