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  • CD (23 juillet 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000005HN1
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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  1. Dark Saga
  2. I Died For You
  3. Violate
  4. The Hunter
  5. The Last Laugh
  6. Depths Of Hell
  7. Vengeance Is Mine The Suffering
  8. Scarred
  9. Slave To The Dark
  10. Question Of Heaven

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1 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 16 juillet 2004
Format: CD
Un album qui fait plaisir à écouter, se laisse écouter facilement. Je sais pas si je pourrai l'écouter en boucle, mais certaines pistes sont monumentales, d'une puissance, d'une émotion très très prenante. Et c'est ça qu'on cherche dans la musique ! Un de leurs meilleurs album... de plus, couverture très belle, tirée de spawn.
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Metal Now & Forever 9 mai 2001
Par The Hunter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have been into heavy metal for almost 20 years now. In fact in the mid-to-late 1980's, I rarely listened to anything else. During that time, I listened to bands such as Metallica, Anthrax, Accept, Iron Maiden, and Helloween.
Around 1990, the heavy metal scene as I knew it faded to glam metal. Not only that, bands such as Metallica and Anthrax changed their style and I slowly lost interest. Of course, Metal never died but it was harder to find because many radio stations stopped dedicating time for Metal.
Then my friend turned me on to this album. It was a re-birth. Believe me, if you were into Metal in the mid-80's and are disgusted with the music scene nowadays give this album a try. I think you will not be disappointed. In fact, you may find yourself buying other Iced Earth albums (like myself) and complete the collection.
Unfortunately even with my best attempt, I can't convert how good the music is to words. Simply stated, there are NO bad songs on this album! If you like "speed" metal, you probably will love Violate; it is concentrated energy. "Dark Saga" is another highly addictive song; the first time I listened to this song, I didn't have time to listen to the rest of the album, because I kept playing the song over and over again! The best way that I can describe "Dark Saga" is grinding bass guitar that is complemented very well with forceful-in-your-face vocals. In a "Question Of Heaven", the vocals are just as forceful, but even more incrediable. The vocals span several octives throughout the song.
The lyrics are trully a masterpiece because all of the songs are related to each and tell one complete story! It is trully rare when an artist does this. The only other bands that come to mind are the Moody Blues, Pink Floyd, and Rush (but I may have forgotten a few others)? For example, "Scarred" is about when a person who gets touched by the devil and sold his soul only to find out he will be denied of heaven. "Slave to the Dark" is about the same guy who is torn between his evil power (or is it really Lucifier's power) and what is good (which is deep inside of him). Then "A Question of Heaven" is about the same person who is now close to death and trying to get into heaven. He demands that he be permitted to enter heaven, but angels sing back to him denying his request. At the point of death the person, is forced to make a choice between good or evil. (I will not disclose his ultimate decision). Without going into too much detail the other songs are related to good versus evil.
To the band members of Iced Earth, you guys deserve an Emmy! It is very rare that an album of this magnitude and caliber is produced in the record industry. Thanks for being different by not selling-out to the almighty dollar. Metal Now & Forever.
16 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A dark, emotional masterpiece. 30 novembre 2001
Par Lord Chimp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Compared to its predecessor Burnt Offerings, The Dark Saga is a less experimental entry into Iced Earth's catalogue. Musically, it is simpler (but not simplistic), more melodic, and it concentrates heavily on emotion. Has Iced Earth gone soft? Definitely not. This is one of their finest and most mature works of songwriting, but it maintains all of Iced Earth's trademark heaviness and power, a quality enhanced by the best production qualities to date.
The Dark Saga is a concept album based on the comic book "Spawn." If you are thinking, "Hey, that's cheesy!" let me stress that the band handles this extremely well. Firstly, Spawn was a very mature story, dealing with the ambiguities of good & evil, religion, and lost love. Secondly, the lyrics remain strictly poetic and obscure without falling into the trap where narration supersedes good poetry. (It's a problem that besets most concept works.) To truly appreciate the emotional impact of the album, however, one requires some familiarity with the comic book. However, in an abstract sense it may be easy to appreciate the emotions and conflicts involved. I haven't read Spawn myself in YEARS, but I always liked it.
Jon Schaffer (a monster of a rhythm player) uses more guitar harmonies (a la Iron Maiden) than ever, which weave a melodic finesse through the album. "Hunter" and "Slave to the Dark" are heavy songs, but the harmonized guitar lines lend them a very melodic inflection. Matt Barlow's incredible vocals are more passionate than ever before. Listening to "I Died For You" and "A Question of Heaven," it's impossible not to think he's a soulful performer. "Violate" is one of the few tracks where The Dark Saga enters pure thrash. The pulverizing guitars fit well with the gruesome lyric. "Vengeance Is Mine" is a vicious, thrash-powered piece that is absolutely bloodthirsty.
My favorite song is the tragic, epic-structured "A Question of Heaven," where beautiful acoustic moments are juxtaposed with Schaffer's robust chugging rhythms. The female vocals of Kate Barlow create the angelic choirs, which injects the song with a soft, radiant feel. Matt's vocals are at their absolute best, with unmatched emotional expression that will stir the feelings of anyone with a heart. Randall Shawyer's leads are melodic and emotionally charged. This is definitely one of my favorite songs ever.
Now I will offer my take on the album's story in a broad sense (not limited to the Spawn comic):
"Dark Saga" - Our hero has died. Not being a good guy in life, he winds up in Hell. However, sinners are not necessarily incapable of love -- our hero had a wife who he loved dearly. So the devil makes a deal with him: if the hero sells his soul to the devil and serves his dark machinations, he can return to Earth and see his wife. Like a fool, he jumps at the offer without considering the cost.
"I Died for You" - Our hero returns to Earth five years later. He finds that his wife has remarried his best friend, and both are very happy with a new daughter. He has sold his soul for nothing.
"Violate" - The devil has sent a demon to guide the hero during his time on Earth. This creature is the Violator, who walks in the guise of an ugly, fat clown who likes to indiscriminately kill at random. This song is the gruesome exposition of this creature's nature. This has more importance in the comic than The Dark Saga, but it makes for a good headbangin' track.
"Hunter" - Heaven dispatches an angelic warrior to destroy the new servent of Hell. The hero evades her clutches though. Again, this isn't necessarily important to the concept other than reflecting the fact that Heaven is against the main character.
"The Last Laugh" - The devil considers his new servent. He revels in the helplessness of his slave.
"Depths of Hell" - Here, the hero is seeking to reject his new role, and he finds himself with no allies. Rebuking the devil, he is Hell's enemy. As a soldier of Hell, Heaven wants him destroyed.
"Vengeance is Mine" - Perhaps in an attempt to reconcile the being he has become, the hero brutally kills a psychotic child murderer as retribution. Is he on the road to righteousness?
"Scarred" - In the final trilogy things become more ambiguous. Here, the hero reflects on his situation. Is he in control, or merely a pawn in the battle of Heaven and Hell?
"Slave to the Dark" - The character's inner reflection probes deeper, and he concludes he must seek God's forgiveness if he is to break free.
"A Question of Heaven" - The hero tries to enter Heaven. But the angels sing back to him, telling him cannot enter because of the path he has chosen. God rejects him. We can empathize with our hero because in the story's closed system, he is the good guy. The Dark Saga ends with a nightmare where our hero is condemned to suffer because he gave up everything for love.
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Buy this CD 17 novembre 1999
Par Greg Hasbrouck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My first experience with Iced Earth was with their latest release, "Something Wicked". And while I absolutely love that CD, I was a little skeptical about checking out some of their earlier releases. Part of the reason for my skepticism was due to reviews I had read here. Reviews that claimed that the guitar work on this CD was very basic, that this CD sounded like Metallica, and that this was Iced Earth's most basic CD. Don't believe it.
First off, anything that Matthew Barlow sings on is worth owning. Barlow has quickly become my favorite vocalist. He is simply amazing. Based on this alone, any comparisons to Metallica, are off the mark. Metallica's sound is defined by Hettfield's voice, which I like. However, to compare Hettfield to Barlow as vocalists would be flat out silly.
As for the CD, it kicks off with the killer title track, Dark Saga, and never lets up. Although the entire CD is awesome, songs worth noting are "I Died For You", "The Hunter", and the trilogy that closes the CD, especially "A Question of Heaven".
It would be unfair to not point out the brilliant songwriting abilities of John Schaeffer. His music and lyrics are consistently poinnant and touching.
I sincerely hope that Shaeffer and Barlow stick together for many years, as Barlow's voice is the perfect medium for Schaeffer's lyrics.
By the way, I didn't notice in any of the other reviews that I read, that this CD seems to be a loosely tied concept album. Not in the traditional sense of Queensryche's Operation: Mindcrime, where all the songs directly flow into one another, but rather that all the songs seem to be about the same character and circumstances.
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My cat's name is mittens 17 mai 2003
Par Wheelchair Assassin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Whatever you think about Iced Earth, there's no denying the band's ambition, and "Dark Saga" is perhaps the best proof of that. It's a full blown concept album based on the "Spawn" comic book (or graphic novel if you will). Now, I never got around to reading "Spawn," and the one time I watched the movie I was somewhat inebriated, so I'm only familiar with the broad outline of the story. However, I didn't really find this to be a problem. Even if you're not aware of the specifics of the story, "Dark Saga" still makes for an epic tale of good and evil, and it's delivered with Iced Earth's customary style and musicianship.
Now, we've all heard by now that Iced Earth's music bears some resemblance to that of Iron Maiden and early Metallica, and well, there is some truth to those claims. However, to call Iced Earth a ripoff band is a bit unfair. They manage to fuse the accessibility of classic metal with the heaviness of thrash to create a fairly unique sound, with an epic feel worthy of their predecessors. Jon Schaeffer is one of the most recognizable rhythm guitarists out there, with a staccato riffing style that does more than anything else to set the band apart from its peers.
Even if nothing else, Iced Earth definitely have a flair for the dramatic. I know my metal and these guys offer more in the way of atmosphere and emotion than all but a few bands in the genre. Befitting its name and subject matter, "Dark Saga" has a very dark, foreboding aura that sucked me in right from the first listen. A great deal of the credit for this fact needs to go to vocalist Matt Barlow, regardless of how much (if at all) he's involved with the actual songwriting process. What's most important is, he SOUNDS like he's really involved emotionally with the material. He delivers most of his vocals in a husky baritone that sounds like Bruce Dicksinson taken down a notch, but for the album's angrier moments he can contort his voice into a menacing growl reminiscent of James Hetfield.
The pounding, midtempo opening title track serves as a a good introduction to the album, both in terms of lyrics and overall sound. The next track, "I Died For You," is a ballad, and while the lyrics are pretty moving I'll admit it's a tad overwrought. Fortunately, any fears that Iced Earth are going to go soft are put to rest with the very next track, "Violate." It's a roaring thrash-metal song that's as fast as anything Slayer have ever done, and about as heavy as well. It's exactly what I need to get my head banging again after "I Died For You." "The Hunter," "Last Laugh," "Vengeance Is Mine," and "Slave To The Dark" are Iced Earth at their best, filled with crushing riffage, insanely catchy leads, and fearsome vocals. The seven-minute closer "A Question Of Heaven" is a bit different from the rest of the stuff here, but still pretty damn good. The song includes some acoustic guitars and even a choir (!), but there's also plenty of heavy riffs and angry vocals to keep it from being too sappy. It's not quite as brilliant as "Dante's Inferno" from "Burnt Offerings," but it's a very worthy link in the Iced Earth tradition of epic album closers.
So anyway, "Dark Saga" is definitely a quality album, and if you like metal it's worth adding to your collection without a second thought. Iced Earth will never be my favorite band, but they've still established a strong track record of putting out excellent albums. And if you like this one, "Burnt Offerings" and "Something Wicked This Way Comes" are musts as well.
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The True Sound of Spawn! 30 juin 2000
Par The Wickerman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow, what a great album! Can Iced Earth ever fail? It's also awesome that they did a concept album based on "Spawn", which just happens to be my favorite work of fiction (outside of novels, of course), so I'm glad that my favorite band did this. They really bring the story to life as no one else could. Songs like "Vengeance is Mine" and "Slave to the Dark" prove their nearly unmatched thrash metal prowess (surpassed only by early Metallica), but I'd say that the track that stands out the most is "A Question of Heaven". It's almost 8 minutes long, and alternates between soft and heavy, which I really like in a song. However, as great as this album is, it still doesn't match the genius of "Something Wicked This Way Comes", mainly because it lacks Larry Tarnowski's godlike soloing. Randall Shawyer is really good, but he can't compare. Anyway, if you love great metal, you must buy this album. Iced Earth rules!
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