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Iron Savior - Live At The Final Frontier DVD (2015)
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Iron Savior is a German power metal band that formed in Hamburg, Germany in 1996. Following a period
of several years working behind the scenes in music production,
multi-instrumentalist and producer/engineer Piet Sielck joined with
former Helloween bandmate Kai Hansen and then-drummer for Blind Guardian
Thomen Stauch in a new project that would blend power metal with a
high-concept science fiction story.

The band's debut album Iron Savior introduced the story that would be
told over the course of multiple albums, featuring a self-aware space
vessel called the Iron Savior and its relationship to the mythical lost
civilization of Atlantis.
Critics have compared Iron Savior's sound and musical approach to
classic heavy metal bands like Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and
Queensrÿche. Kai Hansen's presence in the band brought to the Iron
Savior albums on which he appeared a style heavily influenced by Gamma
Ray and Helloween.

Since its inception, Iron Savior has released eight studio albums, two
EPs, and two singles. When asked about releasing a live album or a DVD
in the future, Piet Sielck responded by showing a disinterest in a live
album but shows an interest in a DVD if a good opportunity pops up;
"it's not like we're so keen about it but never say never."

Despite numerous lineup changes, Piet has continued to direct the band and is currently the only remaining founding member.

On February 28, 2014, the band released their newest album titled Rise Of The Hero via AFM Records.

Iron Savior Official Site

2015 Live At The Final Frontier DVD


01. Ascendence (Intro)
02. Last Hero
03. Starlight
04. The Savior
05. Revenge Of The Bride
06. Break The Curse
07. Burning Heart
08. Mind Over Matter
09. Hall Of The Heroes
10. R U Ready
11. Condition Red
12. I’ve Been To Hell
13. Heavy Metal Never Dies
14. Coming Home
15. Iron Watcher (Medley)
16. Atlantis Falling
17. Breaking The Law (Judas Priest Cover)
+ (additional Backstage/concert footage)

Label: AFM Records

What is required of a live album to earn a spot among “Live after Death,” “Unleashed in the East,” and
Deep Purple’s legendary “Made in Japan?” Strippers? Special guest
appearances? Stage theatrics so bizarre and unorganized that the concert
ends in a battle royal between musicians, actors, fans, and completely
unrelated parties all captured on tape in a cacophonous storm of screams
and thuds? If you answered yes to any of these questions, get the fuck
out. Why not stick to putting on a killer show without tainting the
sacred escape from reality that is the live performance? Why not ride on
pure passion and energy instead of gimmicks? Why not make the live
experience an experience that is as live as it gets?

Iron Savior, in its own way, has willingly been fixed in the
philosophies of old in both style and integrity. As “Live at the Final
Frontier” is the band’s first official live offering, one would be wise
to expect the raw passion of Iron Savior’s excellent studio albums to
transfer to the live environment seamlessly. This is the case of “Live
at the Final Frontier,” as the colossal performance is an impeccable
snapshot of a group that understands how to make the stage a source of
magic. The massive show—an eighty-five minute trek featuring fifteen
originals, a melody, and a cover of Judas Priest’s “Breaking the Law”—is
a modern example of the quintessential live album. Iron Savior’s raw
tenacity and passion are almost tangible within the steel barrage of
Piet Sielck and friends ruling the stage with, if you excuse the pun, an
iron fist.

“Live at the Final Frontier” nails the requisites for a live recording
to excel. The mix brings enough crunch to the guitars to give off the
traditional Iron Savior bite without shoving the rhythm section out of
the picture. Piet deserves a medal for sounding incredible; his
performance is perfect. Obviously, all things considered, the dudes of
Iron Savior nail every solo and section with the metallic might one
would expect, not once tapping on the brake. Even the backing vocals,
pivotal to the success of “The Savior” and others, are performed
wonderfully and mixed into the performance with just the right amount of
impact. Needless to say, Iron Savior was at the top of its game when
this monster was recorded.

Iron Savior’s relevance in the latter-day setting is reflected in the
setlist, which is mostly based on material from “The Landing” and “Rise
of the Hero.” They yank out a few tracks from “Unification” and the
self-titled debut with a select cut from every Iron Savior full-length,
save for “Megatropolis,” sprinkled in the mix of newer material. What is
listed as “Iron Watcher” is a medley of the band’s eponymous track and
“Watcher in the Sky” cooked up in a nice blend. Having this combination
at least makes sense because both tracks appear on the band’s
self-titled debut, not a bunch of random tunes stitched together without
any cohesion whatsoever.

The Judas Priest cover ending “Live at the Final Frontier” is the
splendid alley-oop finish to Iron Savior’s flawless performance. Piet
sounds awesome, the song is contorted enough to give it the Iron Savior
twist without taking a dump on the original, and it’s clear the band is
having a total blast closing out the show with an all-time classic.
Again, “Live at the Final Frontier” is a reflection of the reliability
and urge of Iron Savior’s studio work, translated to the stage without
missing a beat, capped off by a majestic closer and prime performances.
This might piss you off if you disliked “The Landing” and “Rise of the
Hero,” but Iron Savior is so musically compelling that “Live at the
Final Frontier” should appease the fanatic and the wary alike.

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