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The Triumph Of Steel

by Manowar

The Triumph Of Steel by Manowar

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The Triumph Of Steel

by Manowar

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Label: Atlantic Records
Before recording The Triumph of Steel, megalomaniacal bass solo ninja/songwriter Joey DeMaio fired founding guitarist Ross the Boss. According to Ross, "Joey felt that Manowar would be better without me." Only Manowar could pull off the 28-minute "Achilles, Agony and Ecstasy in Eight Parts" that followed. Operatic, classical and even thrash metal parts make for a wholly over-the-top (and amazing) heavy metal re-telling of The Iliad. "Spirit Horse of the Cherokee" is more proof that Ross the Boss may have been unfairly ousted; still, Manowar didn't lose a step.

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Before recording The Triumph of Steel, megalomaniacal bass solo ninja/songwriter Joey DeMaio fired founding guitarist Ross the Boss. According to Ross, "Joey felt that Manowar would be better without me." Only Manowar could pull off the 28-minute "Achilles, Agony and Ecstasy in Eight Parts" that followed. Operatic, classical and even thrash metal parts make for a wholly over-the-top (and amazing) heavy metal re-telling of The Iliad. "Spirit Horse of the Cherokee" is more proof that Ross the Boss may have been unfairly ousted; still, Manowar didn't lose a step.

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About This Album

Before recording The Triumph of Steel, megalomaniacal bass solo ninja/songwriter Joey DeMaio fired founding guitarist Ross the Boss. According to Ross, "Joey felt that Manowar would be better without me." Only Manowar could pull off the 28-minute "Achilles, Agony and Ecstasy in Eight Parts" that followed. Operatic, classical and even thrash metal parts make for a wholly over-the-top (and amazing) heavy metal re-telling of The Iliad. "Spirit Horse of the Cherokee" is more proof that Ross the Boss may have been unfairly ousted; still, Manowar didn't lose a step.