The Ironhearts are pretty dry and tight, more cutting than the "huge" sound of a Recto. It will cover the genres you want, though you might want an actual OD pedal, as the on-board boost is not ideal(can work for some things, but I don't care for it). The pull EQs make it versatile, even with the shared EQ between clean and rhythm.
Other things to keep in mind when playing through one:
The EQ is not active, no matter how it's labeled on the faceplate
"Dynamics" is a Resonance knob
"Tone" is a Presence knob
"Watts" is a PPIMV(Post Phase Inverter Master Volume). I've owned attenuators, this is not the same, but it does make the amp usable at bedroom volumes.