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Ironcore Resistance For the Fallen Pavement Entertainment Album Review

Ironcore Resistance

For the Fallen

Pavement Entertainment

July 27, 2018

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

Before even reading the unique story behind Ironcore Resistance their upcoming release For the Fallen struck a chord straight to my heart. Something about how you can just FEEL the heartfelt soul behind their music.  A little background. Ironcore Resistance was actually formed in 1968 by current frontman David Willie's uncle Joe Paul Willie who tragically died in a car accident in 1972. Whereby the band was on hold. In 2009 David Willie found photos of his uncle's band and honored him by reforming Ironcore Resistance as a hard rock/metal band. They toured hard for a few years and released their first album Join the Resistance in 2011. They did not go unrecognized as Zakk Wylde asked them to tour with Black Label Society and quickly gained a following. In 2014 David joined the military and a 5 song EP entitled The Peace of War was written about his experiences while serving. Guitarist Virus (Dope, Device) contributed some shredding to the song “Sanity Ends.” Along with new bassist Brad Lovelace and drummer Trevin Green, the album For the Fallen is set for release on July 27, 2018 via Pavement Entertainment.

 

So I write their story and praise their music because while listening to the album I was transported back to a time when I would sit anxiously at home awaiting calls from my brother serving his terms overseas. An unstable time in the world (it still is) and the gripping fear that I may never see him alive again. Listening to songs like “Sons of Chaos” and “Rise” just hit something deep within. “Sanity Ends” is simply stunning, a mastery of riffs and jacked up drumming. Passionate anger fueled vocals grip you to the core throughout the album. Take a good hard listen to “Tears of Yesterday” where they slow it down just a notch, beautifully heartfelt.  At the end of the listen, I was left in awe of this masterpiece of an album.

 

https://www.facebook.com/Ironcoreresistance/

https://ironcoreresistance.com/

https://www.reverbnation.com/ironcoreresistance

https://open.spotify.com/artist/4JOsEUy8eqqAOTJJDwQtkF?si=c-PLK8i6QKizFRUcQkkS3w

https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/ironcore-resistance/475642973

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