The Glorious Burden is the seventh studio album by the American heavy metal band Iced Earth. It is a concept album, which explores various moments in military history, such as the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the American Revolutionary War, and Waterloo.
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SME (от лица компании "Steamhammer"); Warner Chappell, Public Domain Compositions" и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция. Declaration Day. Исполнитель. SME (от лица компании "Century Media").
However, Iced Earth lost members regularly, and the band would not be stopped by this minor setback. With Ripper, who had just happened to part ways with Judas Priest, on board, the Iced Earth looked to dominate once again. And they did just that with The Glorious Burden. Just two minutes short of being two hours long, the album consists of many elements that make Iced Earth so much fun to listen to. It possesses the varying vocal ranges that were a staple on past albums. Of course, there is superb rhythm work from main man Jon Schaffer.
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Rights Society: GEMA. Label Code: LC 09002. SPV 085-7497A CD. Iced Earth. The Glorious Burden (CD, Album). Hunter Records (3). US. 2004. SPV 092-74970 DCD.
Year: 2004 Label: Steamhammer/SPV. After spending much of their career focusing on dark fantasy and similar themes, The Glorious Burden marks a turn towards reality for Iced Earth. The album specifically covers events in world history, and because history is often defined by conflict and tragedy, the tone remains just as dark, epic, and powerful as previous works from the band. The album goes as far back as the fifth century . with Atilla the Hun’s ravages across Europe, and as far forward as the terrorist attacks in America in 2001
That statement aside, the album truly begins with "Declaration Day," an examination of the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and the beginning of the American Revolution. Singer Tim Owens steps into the fray and relates, amid the bone-crushing riffing and half-time drum thud.
|A2||When The Eagle Cries||4:06|
|A3||The Reckoning (Don't Tread On Me)||4:57|
|A5||Red Baron / Blue Max||4:05|
|B3||The Devil To Pay||12:13|
|B4||Hold At All Costs||7:05|
|B5||High Water Mark||12:35|
|SPV 085-74972 CD||Iced Earth||The Glorious Burden (CD, Album)||Steamhammer||SPV 085-74972 CD||Europe||2004|
|SPV 085-7497A CD||Iced Earth||The Glorious Burden (CD, Album)||Hunter Records||SPV 085-7497A CD||US||2004|
|SPV 092-74970 DCD||Iced Earth||The Glorious Burden (2xCD, Album, Ltd, Dig)||Steamhammer||SPV 092-74970 DCD||Europe||2004|
|44497-2||Iced Earth||The Glorious Burden (2xCD, Album)||Century Media||44497-2||Brazil||2004|
|R20-0021367 2LP||Iced Earth||The Glorious Burden (2xLP, Album)||Steamhammer||R20-0021367 2LP||Europe||2004|