IRON FIRE: Footage From Record-Release Party Posted Online

Fan-filmed video footage of IRON FIRE's October 2, 2010 record-release concert in Copenhagen, Denmark can be viewed below.

"Metalmorphosized", the new album from Danish metallers IRON FIRE, is being released on the following dates:

Sep. 29: Spain
Oct. 1: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Benelux
Oct. 4: Rest of Europe
Oct. 12: USA/Canada

Check out the cover artwork below.

According to IRON FIRE, "Metalmorphosized" is a celebration of the band's ten-year anniversary as recording artists. The group states, "Instead of just making a best-of album, we give you 13 new greatest hits. We have picked up some previous unreleased songs back from the years between 'On The Edge' [2001] and 'Revenge' [2006], and updated them to how we think IRON FIRE should sound in 2010. There [are] also brand new written tracks that . . show the path of future albums to come.

"To complete this anniversary package, all previous album recording members of the band [are] guest-appearing on the record."

IRON FIRE last year parted ways with guitarist Marc Masters (FORCENTURY). The band stated, "In the end, Marc did not have the dedication to the band that we need, but there are no bad feelings involved in his departure and we wish him the best of luck in the future.

"Kirk [Backarach, IRON FIRE's other guitarist] will do all the guitar work on the upcoming album."

IRON FIRE's latest album, "To The Grave", was released in January 27, 2009 via Napalm Records.


Martin Steene: Vocals
Kirk Backarach: Guitars
Martin Lund: Bass
Fritz Wagner: Drums

IRON FIRE released its fourth album, "Blade of Triumph", in June 2007 via Napalm Records. The CD was the follow-up to "Revenge", which was released in March 2006 via Napalm.

IRON FIRE issued two full-length albums through the Sanctuary/Noise label prior to signing with Napalm: 2000's "Thunderstorm" and 2001's "On the Edge".


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