Iron Frost is a Doom Heavy Rock band hailing from Helsinki, Finland. The band was formed in late 2017 as Lord had a chat with JP & Grandy about a groovy down tuned rock band he had in his mind. But as the time flew, the band progressed into more metal and doomy way. Influences can be found from old doom rock to modern thrash and rock and roll. Some echoes from 90´s Death Rock scene can be heard as well. The band melts all this into a unique new mixture. Iron Frost is a hard to categorize. Could be a metal junkyard, bits from here and there and the result is a angry powerful rat rod crushing through the fence.
Members of the band have been involved in metal scene for decades. JP & Lord played in Soulgrind in late 1990´s. And Grandy & JP has been playing together in various bands almost forever. So, obviously the solid foundation for the band was found pretty easily. Parts just locked on quite fast. Iron Frost completed three songs within three practices.
The goal is to spread the music as wide as possible. Hopefully Iron Frost will get a deal to make the mission easier. The dream is to release the album on vinyl.
We are putting the set for live shows together as well. We have done some minor gigs and we think that we would be ready to hit bigger stages now. This power-trio will kick some ass for sure!
Bit about the new single: For Whom The Death Tolls
This is a digi single taken from the forthcoming The Gravest Hits Vol 1 – album due later this year.
The song is a hard rocking ghost story of mental madness and darkness surrounding misery and death.
This single is available on Friday 20. September for streaming from Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, Google Play Music and many other services.
Line up is:
Lord Heikkinen : Guitars and Vocals ( ex-Gloomy Grim, Soulgrind, Disformed, Fierce, ex-FTW Boogie Machine, ex-Twilight Ophera )
JP Immonen: Bass and Vocals ( ex-Seven Against, ex-Hammerhed, ex-At Winters End, ex-Soulgrind, Pentatonik )
Harri “Grandy” Räsänen: Drums and Vocals ( Hammerhed, ex-Stoner Kings )
For Whom The Death Tolls