home
bands
news
reviews
interviews
intros
forum
radio
staff
about
rrules
contact

Album of the Month


The inclusion of additional veteran musicians on Ennui's third album lifts it to a new level.
(Read more)

Featured debut



Classic revisited



Random band



...
(read more)


Iron Man : Generation Void



When the name of the band is taken from a Black Sabbath song it's not surprising that Iron Man was once a tribute band who played Black Sabbath covers only. After a while they began to write their own songs, but even to this day the music is indeed true to the Black Sabbath sound in the Ozzy years.

After this description it should come as no shock that the music is good old-fashioned doom rock. Many of the songs are what I like to call proto doom. But that's a matter of view really, as those who consider Black Sabbath to be the first doom metal band would also consider those songs to be doom metal. The terms are probably unimportant, but still I hope this gives an image of what this CD sounds like.

As I now mention Black Sabbath for the fifth time it should be clear that those who like them are the fanbase that Iron Man aims for, and probably would hit a bull's-eye.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

Information

Tracklist :
1. On The Mountain
2. Boston Strangler
3. Survivor
4. King Of Kings
5. Winds Of Change
6. Generation Void
7. As The Gods Have Spoken
8. Ironica Blue
9. Forever Yours
10. Shadows Of Darkness

Duration : Approx. 42 minutes

Visit the Iron Man bandpage.

Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Arnstein Petersen
loneravn-ad
Advertise your band, label or distro on doom-metal.com

nulll