Ironcore Resistance


  1. 1.
    Halfway There
  2. 2.
    Live Like You're Dying
  3. 3.
    Decide to Fight
  4. 4.
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Originally formed in 1968 by lead singer David Willie’s uncle Joe Paul Willie, Ironcore Resistance had a simple philosophy: to provide an outlet of musical release that they themselves, as well as their friends and families, could enjoy.
In 1972 founder Joe Paul passed away in an unfortunate car accident. It was then that Ironcore Resistance was put on hiatus.
Fast forward to 2009 when David Willie (current frontman) was going through old photos and found one of his uncle’s band. He knew what had to be done and reformed Ironcore Resistance to be a Hard Rock/Metal band which would not only honor his late uncle, but keep his heartfelt philosophy alive of making great music from the heart that others could enjoy.
After a couple of years of constant touring they went into the studio to create their first full length album “Join The Resistance” in 2011 featuring 10 songs of brutal guitar riffs, heavy bass, and thunderous drums. In a huge turn of events, the vision of David’s uncle had finally come to fruition over 40 years later when guitar legend Zakk Wylde discovered the band and personally asked them to tour with Black Label Society.
Ironcore Resistance crank up and hammer out everything with the drive and power that can only be had when you’re jacked up on Redbull flying down the side of a mountain in a tank headed for the battlefield.
The band signed with Pavement Entertainment in late 2017 and has a new album "For The Fallen" available now on digital and physical formats


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