|1||The Green And Black||8:12|
|3||Bring Me The Night||4:15|
|4||The Goal Is Your Soul||6:41|
|5||Give A Little||4:41|
|7||The Head And Heart||5:11|
|9||Killing For A Living||6:14|
|E1E-LP-4801||Overkill||Ironbound (2xLP, Album, Gat)||E1 Music||E1E-LP-4801||US||2010|
|NB 2521-2||Overkill||Ironbound (CD, Album)||Nuclear Blast||NB 2521-2||Thailand||2010|
|NB 2521-1, 27361 25211||Overkill||Ironbound (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Blu)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 2521-1, 27361 25211||Germany||2013|
|HORN003||Overkill||Ironbound (Cass, Album, Ltd, RE)||Evil Horn Records||HORN003||Czech Republic||2015|
|NB 2521-1, 27361 25211||Overkill||Ironbound (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Ora)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 2521-1, 27361 25211||Europe||2010|
Band Name Overkill (USA). Album Name Ironbound. This 16th album was released near the time of their 25th anniversary. The band's promoters are pushing this as their 25th anniversary album, I like the idea and wish that they would do something special for that, besides a new release. There was a 3 year break between this album and their previous release. They toured for a year and a half after Immortalis and worked on this album for about a year and a half.
Ironbound (2010) by Overkill. Labels: Nuclear Blast. Genres: Thrash Metal. Songs: The Green And Black, Ironbound, Bring Me The Night, The Goal Is Your Soul, Give A Little, Endless Wa. .Members: Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth, Dave Linsk, Derek 'Skull' Tailer, Carlos ".
Ironbound is the fifteenth full-length studio album by American thrash metal band Overkill, which was released on January 29, 2010 in Europe on Nuclear Blast and in the . on February 9, 2010 on eOne Music. It is their first studio album in more than two years since the release of Immortalis in the fall of 2007, and their. first release on their current labels Nuclear Blast and E1 Music. This was Overkill's first album to chart on the Billboard 200 in 17 years, since I Hear Black in 1993. Ironbound sold over 4,100 copies in its first week in the .
Following 2007´s Immortalis, Overkill released Ironbound, an powerful album that reminds us that Overkill, while implementing a modern production in its music, will never forget the soul from their first albums. And with no doubt, this album shows that Overkill should get as much attention as Metallica and Slayer, making this possibly one of the best 2010 albums.
While modern bands have been taking metal into an increasingly esoteric direction, Ironbound shows that sometimes the old ways are the best ways. While the album may not have any studio trickery or meandering prog epics, what it does deliver is a dose of old-fashioned, full-speed-ahead thrash. With a classic combination of crunchy riffage backed by a furious double-bass drum stampede, Overkill delivers straightforward metal aggression without any neo-classical or prog pretensions.