Metal legends Iced Earth stormed through Detroit on April 12, 2014. Touring in support of their latest release, Plagues of Babylon, Iced Earth crushed the crowd in attendance. The band played a wide variety of songs from their catalog, both old and new, culminating with their classic track, Iced Earth.

Frontman Jon Schaffer continues to pen amazing metal tracks. The rest of the band, singer Stu Block, guitarist Troy Seele, bassist Luke Appleton, and drummer Jon Dette, faithfully bring Schaffer’s music to fruition live.

Opening for Iced Earth were Swedish Power Metal veterans Sabaton, who played with their usual energy and attitude. Sabaton have been together for over 15 years and are set to release their seventh highly anticipated full-length album, Heroes, on May 16th in the United States.

Don’t miss your chance to catch Iced Earth on one of their remaining North American tour dates! Some of which include:

4/17 – Philadelphia – The Trocadero
4/18 – New York City – Best Buy Theater
5/02 – West Hollywood – House of Blues
5/06 – Seattle – El Corazon
5/07 – Vancouver – The Venue

Iced Earth is:
Jon Schaffer – Rhythm & Lead Guitar, Vocals
Stu Block – Lead Vocals
Troy Seele – Lead Guitar
Luke Appleton – Bass Guitar
Jon Dette — drums

Iced Earth online:

Sabaton is:
Hannes Van Dahl – Drums
Joakim Brodén – Lead Vocals
Pär Sundström – Bass
Thobbe Englund – Lead Guitar
Chris Rörland – Lead Guitar

Sabaton online:

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