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Release date: 21 June 2004
Style: Power metal


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01. Battering Ram
02. Stand Against The King
03. Tyranny Of Steel
04. Time Will Tell
05. Wings Of Deliverance
06. Break The Curse
07. Riding Free
08. Starchaser
09. Machine World
10. H.M Powered Man
11. Living On A Fault Line [Japanese bonus]
12. The Call [Digipack Edition bonus]

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Lyrics (10)

Additional info
Line-up on the album:
Thomas Nack - Drums and Percussion
Yens Leonhardt - Bass and Backing Vocals
Joachim "Piesel" Küstner - Guitars and Backing Vocals
Piet Sielck - Guitars and Lead Vocals

Special guest:
Martin Christian - Lead guitar on "Wings Of Deliverance"

All backing vocals performed by Iron Savior

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Piet Sielck in Oct. 2003 - Feb. 2004 at Powerhouse, Hamburg, Germany
Drums recorded by Piet Sielck in Oct. 2003 at KARO Studio, Brackel, Germany
Produced by Iron Savior and Piet Sielck

Cover artwork by Marko Jakobi
Graphic design by Marisa Jacobi
Photos by Olle Carlsson

Staff review by

You're a man, a real guy? You have a big pair of balls in your pants? You like beers and Harley Davidson? Then you are certainly a fan of the German power metal band Iron Savior . "Battering Ram" is the 6th album of the band and, well, if you like the German combo and if you like this kind of music, then no doubt you'll like this new one.

published 18.05.2004 | Comments (0)

Staff review by

Piet Sielck, one of the founders to the legendary Power Metal band Helloween, is back with his Iron Savior, and with "Battering Ram" they releases their sixth album (Second without the co-founder to Helloween and founder of Gamma Ray, Kai Hansen).
And now it seems like Piet knows how to survive without Kai at his side, since I didn't like "Condition Red" a bit, so this is a saviour, if you ask me.

published 21.06.2004 | Comments (1)

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CakeTrolley - 26.05.2016 at 23:22  
Rating: 8 One of Iron Saviors finest moments, only surpassed by Condition Red and Unification. Very good power metal with focus on large choruses and excellent riffs.
TrueMetalJope - 13.07.2016 at 13:40  
Rating: 6 Pretty powerless "power metal" with a couple of songs for exceptions. The whole album gives an impression of being somewhat uninspired and this is especially apparent in many of the lyrics. I start to think this band became on their later albums more of a parodic band or they started to take making their music too much for granted which resulted often in making them look like uninspired and full of heavy metal cliches. Not bad, but not anything special either.

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