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Hold At All Costs - Iced Earth - The Glorious Burden

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Glorious Burden on Discogs.4/4(1).
  2. Jul 06,  · Civil War Ballads: Hold At All Costs “Hold At All Costs” is part two in a three-part, minute epic appearing on heavy metal band Iced Earth’s album The Glorious Burden (). The three-song serial commemorates the Battle of Gettysburg, July ,
  3. Lyrics to "Hold At All Costs" by ICED EARTH: Just a mile or so away / Is my dearest friend in this world / He wears the blue and I the grey / And God it hurts me so / The last time we were together / I grabbed his hand and I pledged / If I ever draw my sword on you / May the good Lord strike me dead / .
  4. Apr 12,  · The Glorious Burden. Explicit. Iced Earth March 31, Metal ℗ Century Media Records Ltd. 7. Add to Wishlist. Hold at All Costs: The album ended-up being the last Iced Earth studio album to feature bassist Dennis Hayes, as well as vocalist Matt Barlow, who once again left the band in August $/5(7).
  5. Judge; That's all pretty much what you said about the last incident. What was that spectacular album? Mr. D; Oh, that was Ayreon - The Human Equation and it is spectacular but this is different. The Glorious Burden is by an American band, Iced Earth, and it's a tribute to warriors throughout history but mostly American history.5/5(1).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of The Glorious Burden on Discogs/5().
  7. Iced Earth Hold At All Costs lyrics & video: Just a mile or so away Is my dearest friend in this world He wears the blue and I, the grey And God, it hurts me so The last time.
  8. Hold at All Costs Lyrics About “The Glorious Burden” This is the first Iced Earth with the new singer Tim “Ripper” Owens, who replaced Matt Barlow.
  9. Lyrics to Hold at All Costs by Iced Earth from the The Glorious Burden album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  10. After spending much of their career focusing on dark fantasy and similar themes, The Glorious Burden marks a turn towards reality for Iced Earth. The album specifically covers events in world history, and because history is often defined by conflict and tragedy, the tone remains just as dark, epic, and powerful as previous works from the band.

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