Iron Mask to release new studio album “Master of Masters” on December 4th 2020

Iron Mask Master of Masters cover
Iron Mask’s new video & single “Tree of the World” is out now, the first track taken from their seventh album “Master of Masters”, out on December 4th, 2020, via AFM Records.

Check out the video for “Tree of the World” below.

The first taste from the new Iron Mask album sees the band return with a real crowd-pleaser. “Tree of the World” has slight celtic influences, galloping drums and a jaw-dropping solo courtesey of the guitar wizard and main man Dushan Petrossi. A true Metal Anthem!

There’s not only Odin when it comes to mythology and pagans gods, there’s also Svarog, God of gods and all slavic people. The world tree carries the earth, hell and heaven and is their old symbol.

Iron Mask, the power metal masters from Belgium are back after a 4 year break with a neo-classical power metal and most original new album “Master of Masters”. Dushan managed to write his best material ever and all 12 songs have that perfect combination of pure metal, easy-listening feel with progressive touches, beautiful orchestrations with virtuos playing and catchy melodies. The band succeeded again – even during these strange times – to record with full-on passion, energy and fire.
It has been a long search, but with Mike joining the band as lead vocalist, it’s a perfect fit. Iron Mask finally found the singing gem and truly committed band member, they’ve been searching for so long. Oliver Hartmann (Avantasia, Hartmann) joined in again for this masterpiece and took up one song as guest vocalist and all the album choirs.

Pre-order “Master of Masters” here.
1.Never Kiss the Ring
2.Tree of the World
3.Revolution Rise
4.One Against All
5.Nothing Lasts  Forever
6.Dance with the Beast
7.Wild and Lethal
8.Mist of Loch Ness
9.My One and Only
10.A Mother Loved Blue
11.Sagittarius A
12.Master of Masters

After 20 years, 6 albums and the most devoted fans around the world… the best is now to come!

Dushan Petrossi - Guitar, lyrics, music, orchestral arrangements
Mike Slembrouck - Lead vocals
Vassili Moltchanov - Bass & choirs
Ramy Ali - Drums