9/10 gbar Customer review, 9th May 2017
Initially a Black Sabbath cover band, Iron Man celebrates a quarter century with their fifth album of original material, South of the Earth, an album that benefits from dense and fuzzy performances from each member, creating a unpretentious slab of doom. On songs like The Worst and Longest Day", "A Whore in Confession" and "Hail to the Haze", you can hear the influences of 70s-80s era doom bands like Black Sabbath and Saint Vitus, along with a sense of psychedelia à la Jimi Hendrix and Cream-era Eric Clapton. After over 25 years of doom-laden dedication, South of the Earth solidifies Iron Man as an important component in doom metal. If you're after classic-style heavy metal, this is one band you must give your full attention to.
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