IRON FIRE To Enter Studio In The Spring

Danish metallers IRON FIRE, who are fronted by FORCE OF EVIL singer Martin Steene, have issued the following update:

"We wanna say thanks to all who came to our concerts at the Tour of Triumph; it has been the best tour for us so far. Now we are back home in cold Denmark and most of the hangovers are gone. We will now use the next 2-3 months on writing the last songs for the next album, and are aiming on entering the studio sometime this spring."

IRON FIRE last year parted ways with drummer Jens Berglid and replaced him with Fritz Wagner.

IRON FIRE released its fourth album, "Blade of Triumph", in June 2007 via Napalm Records. The CD is 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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