Iron Fire



Rank:
800
79 fans
Also known as Misery, Decades Of Darkness

Country: Denmark
Label: Crime Records

Links: Official website
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Formed in: 1995

1995- Power metal
1995-1998 Speed metal
1998- Heavy metal

Line-up

1995-  Martin Steene - vocals
2002-  Mads "Kirk Backarach" Korre Andersen - guitars, keyboards (2007)
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1995-1998  Thomas Mogensen - drums
1995-1998  Steve Mason - bass
1995-2000  Kristian "Iver" Iversen - guitars
1998-2000  Gunnar Olsen - drums
1998-2001  Jakob Lykkebo - bass
1998-2001  Kristian Hagelund Martinsen - guitars
1998-2002  Martin Slott - guitars
2001-2003  Morten Plendge - drums
2002-2003  José Cruz - bass
2002-2003  Søren Jensen - guitar
2003  Jeff Lukka - guitars
2005-2008  Johan Jacob "J.J." Høvring Olsen - guitars
2005-2008  Jens Berglid - drums
2005-2013  Martin Lund - bass
2008-2016  Fritz Wagner - drums
2009  Marc Masters - guitars
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2000  Kristian Hagelund Martinsen - drums
2006  Henning Nielsen - choir
2006  Dennis Munkebæk - choir
2008-2009  Danny Pedersen - keyboards
2010-  Rune Stiassny - keyboards
2004  Christian Martinsen - bass
2004  Jimmi Holm - drums
2000-2001  Tommy Hansen - keyboards, harmonica, backing vocals
› 2006  -//- keyboards
2003  René Krolmark - guitars
2006  Casper Jensen - keyboards
2011  Dave Ingram - vocals

Latest reviews

Despite its thick, grungy opening and more millennial take on aggressive pacing, Iron Fire is a veteran power metal act - and if you weren't paying attention, you'd be excused for thinking that this was all they could ever be. Among The Dead is essentially what I was hoping the new Sinbreed would be - no frills heavy/power with compelling vocals and catchy melodies - but with a lot of elements you aren't likely to find in most bands committed to that archetype. "Hardcore power metal" might be a more fitting description for this sound.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
During 2006 there was a strong comeback from one of Denmark's finest heavy/power metal acts, Iron Fire! Almost 5 years passed since their previous attempt, "On The Edge", and the band had to face many problems, but Martin Steene never gave...   Review by DerRozzengarten ››

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