IRON SAVIOR Release Megatropolis 2.0 Featuring New Tracklist And Bonus Songs; Audio Samples Available
April 25, 2015, 3 years ago
Iron Savior frontman/founder Piet Sielck recently checked in with the following announcement regarding the band's 2007 album, Megatropolis:"Big news! According to AFM all Megatropolis CDs are sold out. Therefore the album will be re-released with a new mix and a lot of re-recordings! Being unhappy with the album for a long time, I am absolutely happy to get a chance to correct my errors. The new mix will carry all Iron Savior trademarks such as big choir backings and lots of multi timbral vocals. I left all these goodies out at the time to make the album more distinguishable from my former second band Savage Circus... a fatal error which I finally can correct now. 'Omega Man' and 'Megatropolis' are done already sounding... fat! Folks, you have no idea how happy I am about this!"
Megatropolis was released in 2007 via Dockyard 1, a now defunct label co-owned by Sielck. Megatropolis 2.0 is partly re-recorded, completely remixed, with different track order and has two bonus tracks. It was released via AFM records on April 24th.
The new tracklist is as follows:"The Omega Man"
"A Tale From Down Below"
"Still I Believe"
"Hammerdown" (bonus track)
"Farewell And Goodbye"
"Iron Watcher" (bonus track)
Check out the audio samples below: