Rock, Metal The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/4831.html Fri, 07 Oct 2022 06:01:58 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Iron Lamb - Fool's Gold (2015) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/4831-iron-lamb/18034-iron-lamb-fools-gold-2015.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/4831-iron-lamb/18034-iron-lamb-fools-gold-2015.html Iron Lamb - Fool's Gold (2015)

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01. One Way Track
02. Smile Now Cry Later
03. Feed The Fire
04. Backstabbers
05. Leave Me Be
06. Pink Mist
07. Mockingbird
08. Center Of The Universe
09. Rip It Up
10. Deadend Blues

Daniel Bragman – vocals
Jens Bäckelin, Johan Wallin – guitar
Daniel Ekeroth – bass
Thomas Daun – drums, percussion

 

The brand new album from Swedish rockers Iron Lamb should remind you heavily of someone and in particular, someone very English. If you can’t tell from the very first cut “One Way Track” that this band isn’t heavily inspired by Motorhead, then you clearly need to go back to metal elementary. Just about every song on the record seems influenced by early to mid-era Motorhead and feels like a lighter regurgitation of Orgasmatron, Ace Of Spades and even 1916. But there’s more to it than just that, as somehow or another a gothic element reached its way into the band and that’s apparently how the Lacrimas Profundere influenced “Leave Me Be” came to fruition. It does seem like a little bit of a sore thumb on the record though, as it made me wonder whether or not Fool’s Gold was a cover album of sorts. But that appears not to be the case as a familiar touch of rock and mixes in well with the obvious thrash nature of the aforementioned. Other than the odd gothic and slightly sullen tune, there’s really nothing here that really shies away from the Motorhead formula. But if you’re looking for a band with enough potential to see them rising above a mere Motorhead clone, then give Fool’s Gold a shot. Within the disc lie enough glimpses of originality to see them barreling through the notorious cover band territory as they build into something truly noteworthy. I’d certainly like to hear more of a mix between the goth of “Leave Me Be” and the Motorhead style that they’ve adapted and utilized on several of their earlier efforts. Combining the two would give us an essential “gothic Motorhead” which no one has ever heard before and it could prove quite interesting. They have enough muscle to do Motorhead justice, but apparently not enough talent to go beyond their record collection. ---Eric May, newnoisemagazine.com

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Iron Lamb ‎– Original Sin (2012) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/4831-iron-lamb/23606-iron-lamb--original-sin-2012.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/4831-iron-lamb/23606-iron-lamb--original-sin-2012.html Iron Lamb ‎– Original Sin (2012)

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1 	Rotten Wood 	
2 	The Original Sin 	
3 	Dubious Preacher 	
4 	Our Demise 	
5 	Poison
6 	Suicide! 	
7 	I Don't Wanna Be Like You 	
8 	I Don't Like You 	
9 	Iron Lamb 	
10 	Dead Inside

- Grga - vocals
- Johan Wallin - guitars
- Daniel Ekeroth - bass
- Thomas Daun - drums 

 

Yum. My cup of tea right here. Sweden’s Iron Lamb, featuring current and former members of Dismember, General Surgery, Scurvy, Bombstrike, Repugnant, Tyrant, and more, are dropping a 10-song ripper through Pulverized Records on Sept 27. This album has it all- Rock n’ roll, d-beats, meaty gang vocals, dirty riffs, solos, and guitar presence the way you think Bob’s tits in the movie Fight Club.. Enormous. Don’t test the credentials son, they even have Daniel Ekeroth on bass, who is the book author of the definitive Swedish Death Metal. They even threw in a cover of Motorhead’s “Poison” for good measure.

It should be noted that the first songs from The Original Sin to surface online, “Dubious Preacher” and “I Don’t Want To Be Like You,” while solid, are truly only the tip of the iceberg of what this album has to offer. The true gems have yet to surface on the Web, but take our word for it, this album shreds. ---blowthescene.com

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