IRON SAVIOR's PIET SIELCK Talks To Metalholic.com (Audio)
On March 30, Rustyn Rose of Metalholic.com conducted an interview with Piet Sielck of Germany's IRON SAVIOR. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.
IRON SAVIOR released its new album, "Rise Of The Hero", on February 28 via AFM Records. The Japanese edition of the CD arrived on February 19 through Avalon.
"Rise Of The Hero" track listing:
01. Ascendence (Intro)
02. Last Hero
03. Revenge Of The Bride
04. From Far Beyond Time
05. Burning Heart
06. Thunder From The Mountains
07. Iron Warrior
08. Dragon King
10. The Demon
12. Dance With Somebody (MANDO DIAO cover)
13. I've Been To Hell 2014 (limited-edition bonus track)
A trailer for "Rise Of The Hero" is available below.
IRON SAVIOR likes to surprise its fans from time to time. Who would have expected a cover version of MANDO DIAO's "Dance With Somebody" from the Hamburg-based band? Well, whatever works is allowed. So frontman Piet Sielck admits that "Dance With Somebody" was originally recorded to become a bonus track for the limited edition of the new CD, "but we simply liked it too much and finally decided to make it a regular album track."
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