ICED EARTH Mainman Discusses SONS OF LIBERTY Project On 'The Alex Jones Show'; Video Available
ICED EARTH guitarist/mainman Jon Schaffer officially unveiled his new solo album called SONS OF LIBERTY and talked about the motivations behind his new project this past Friday (December 18) on "The Alex Jones Show". Video footage of his appearance on the program is now available for streaming in four parts below.
The web site for SONS OF LIBERTY has been launched at this location. On the web site, visitors are able to download and listen to the debut LP, "Brush-fires of the Mind", for free. You can now also purchase a high-resolution version of the album for only $7.99 via PayPal.
"My desire is for SONS OF LIBERTY to become part of a much larger movement that is happening around the world," Schaffer said in a statement. "This new website will be a think-tank containing lots of interesting web links, book and movie recommendations, and much more. This will be an ongoing process, so check back often."
He added, "This is about the message and not the messenger. This is a project that I encourage you to copy and share with your friends.
"I care very much about what is happening in our world. We've been steamrolling down this road for a long time, so I assure you this is not a politically biased message. I'm hoping to set a few brush-fires in the minds of the listeners with this one. So please, check it out, do the research and get involved!
"Looking forward to getting your responses on this new chapter in my life!"
"Brush-fires of the Mind" track listing (full-length audio stream for each track included):
01. Jeckyll Island
02. Don't Tread On Me
03. False Flag
04. Our Dying Republic
05. Indentured Servitude
06. Tree Of Liberty
07. Feeling Helpless
08. The Cleansing Wind
09. We The People
ICED EARTH's most recent full-length studio album, "The Crucible of Man (Something Wicked Part II)", sold 6,700 copies in the United States in its first week of release.
"The Crucible of Man (Something Wicked Part II)" continues where ICED EARTH's 2007 release, "Framing Armageddon (Something Wicked Part I)" left off. "The Crucible of Man" features the return of frontman Matt Barlow who was mainman/guitarist Jon Schaffer's original voice of choice to introduce the "Something Wicked" saga back in 1998 as a trio of songs which concluded their album, "Something Wicked This Way Comes".
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