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Ironweed Discography of CDs


Indian Ladder Indian Ladder CD (2008)
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Ironweed music CDs Ironweed's debut album, Indian Ladder, was named after a wilderness area just west of the group's native Albany, NY, but their steel-plated heavy rock style has little in common with the great outdoors, in most every other sense. Surely it's eco-friendly and all that, but there's still enough electricity coursing through these songs to start a sizeable forest fire, so let's hope the band's bookings don't involve too many outdoor festivals. All kidding aside, Ironweed's music generally straddles the borderline between groovy stoner rock and straight up heavy metal, meaning mid-paced, head-nodding affairs like "Rid the Earth" and the wah-wah pedal-happy "Penny for Your Prayers" are evenly matched against more aggressive, riff-driven juggernauts like "This Faithless Will" and "Death of Me." But Ironweed are even more prone to blur the lines between the two, by mashing both tendencies together into single songs like "A World Away," "Thorn," and "Vertigo," which, coincidentally tend to be album standouts. Or else, they strike into less predictable territory with the rather funky "Lost and Forgotten," whose jumpy main riff harks back to the early '90s funk metal craze, or "Disconnect," whose doom-like chorus sounds a little out of sorts, but works nevertheless. But if one had to pick the strongest suit to hang Ironweed's potential success on, it would have to be singer Jeff Andrews, whose emotionally charged delivery and frankly stupendous range, could really help the band stand out from the post-stoner rock pack, and improve their crossover appeal, to boot. They still aren't likely to sniff the charts with guitars this vicious and carnivorous, but one can safely predict that many a fan of heavy-ass rock & roll will be including Indian Ladder on their best-of 2008 list. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia Ironweed: Jeff Andrews (vocals); Ryan Rapp (guitar); Jim Feck, Mike Vitali, Brendan Slater. Audio Mixer: Benny Grotto.
Your World of Tomorrow Your World of Tomorrow CD (2011)
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Ironweed discography The signs really were hidden in plain sight on Ironweed's 2008 debut, Indian Ladder (referred to as "metallic stoner rock"), but the Albany, New York band's sophomore return, Your World of Tomorrow, wipes away any doubt of their intense Soundgarden worship, particularly once the falsettos start flying (see "The Lucky Ones," "Awaken") and the guitar riffs start grinding into cyclopean spin cycles ("Heavy Crowns," "Red Circles," etc.) that would not sound all that misplaced on Chris Cornell and company's 1989 breakthrough, Louder Than Love. Back then, '90s alt ...

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Ironweed Songs

Popular or famous Ironweed music songs: Red Circles, Awaken, Messenger, Lucky Ones, Heavy Crowns, And the New Slaves, Enduring Snakes, Graceful Death. More music songs Now Stronger, Disconnect, World Away, Lost and Forgotten, Penny For Your Prayers, Moth, This Faithless Will, Death of Me, Thorn. More music songs Vertigo, Lifeless Coil, Rid The Earth. See All Songs

Ironweed CD discography Key Personnel

Member NameWorked With
Jeff Andrews
Mike Vitali
Brendan Slater
Dan Dinsmore
Ryan Rapp
Jim Feck

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