Interlude (EP)

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Interlude
EP by Iron Savior
Released August 25, 1999
Recorded August 1998 at Wacken Open Air (live tracks)
May – July 1999 at Powerhouse Studio and Hansen Studio, Hamburg, Germany
Genre Power metal, heavy metal
Length 53:29
Label Noise
Producer Piet Sielck
Iron Savior chronology
Unification
(1999)
Interlude
(1999)
Dark Assault
(2001)

Interlude is an EP by the German power metal band Iron Savior, composed of five live tracks, four new songs, and one cover. The live tracks were recorded at the 1998 Wacken Open Air festival during the tour promoting their first album, Iron Savior. The new songs return to the ongoing science fiction story that began on the debut album and continued on the band's second album Unification. "Desert Plains" is a cover of Judas Priest's song from the album Point of Entry.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Iron Savior" (live at Wacken Open Air 1998) Piet Sielck Piet Sielck 4:40
2. "Brave New World" (live at Wacken Open Air 1998) Sielck Sielck 4:44
3. "Watcher in the Sky" (live at Wacken Open Air 1998) Sielck, Kai Hansen Sielck, Hansen 5:39
4. "Riding on Fire" (live at Wacken Open Air 1998) Sielck Sielck 5:26
5. "For the World" (live at Wacken Open Air 1998) Sielck Sielck 6:00
6. "Contortions of Time"   Sielck Sielck, Jan-Sören Eckert 6:25
7. "Touching the Rainbow"   Sielck Sielck 5:22
8. "Stonecold"   Sielck Sielck 4:30
9. "The Hatchet of War"   Sielck Sielck, Eckert 5:51
10. "Desert Plains" (Judas Priest cover) Glenn Tipton, Rob Halford, K.K. Downing Tipton, Halford, Downing 4:37
  • The Enhanced CD portion of the disc contains a band biography, music player, photos, a recap of the band's ongoing science fiction story, and a video clip of the band performing "Atlantis Falling" at Wacken Open Air 1998.

Personnel[edit]

Iron Savior
Production
  • Piet Sielck – producer, engineer, mixing
  • Roxanne – recording engineer (live tracks only)
  • Ernst Seider – front-of-house engineer (live tracks only)
  • Tim Sielck, Rainer Drechsler, Melanie Dreysse, Angela Sielck, Gryta Coates – photography
  • Angelika Bardou – layout and artwork
  • Mervyn Müller – programming and design (Enhanced CD portion)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sielck, Piet (1999). Interlude (booklet). Iron Savior. California: Noise Records USA, a division of Modern Music Records GmbH.