ICED EARTH Announces 'Child Of The Wicked' VIP Ticket Packages

ICED EARTH is offering a very limited number of fans the opportunity to attend all shows on the blockbuster February-March 2009 European tour as the band's guest VIPs. Fans who purchase a "Child of the Wicked" VIP package with IcedEarth.com will receive the following:

* A ticket to an ICED EARTH concert
* VIP meet-and-greet with ICED EARTH
* Autographed item from ICED EARTH
* Limited-edition ICED EARTH T-shirt
* VIP commemorative laminate

The VIP packages are very limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis via the ICED EARTH web site. The VIP package cost includes the price the ticket for the co-headlining dates with SAXON. Fans who purchase VIP packages will be able to pick up their tickets at the willcall windows of the respective venues. The meet-and-greets are scheduled to take place after both headliners have finished their sets, and will be with ICED EARTH only.

Go to this location to purchase VIP packages.

ICED EARTH's new full-length studio album, "The Crucible of Man (Something Wicked Part II)", sold 6,700 copies in the United States in its first week of release.

"The Crucible of Man (Something Wicked Part II)" continues where ICED EARTH's 2007 release, "Framing Armageddon (Something Wicked Part I)" left off. "The Crucible of Man" features the return of frontman Matt Barlow who was mainman/guitarist Jon Schaffer's original voice of choice to introduce the "Something Wicked" saga back in 1998 as a trio of songs which concluded their album, "Something Wicked This Way Comes".

Carl Forgues, host of the Canadian syndicated radio show "Metal7080", recently conducted an interview with ICED EARTH guitarist Jon Schaffer. The 27-minute chat is now available for streaming below.

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