In 1987 Iron Maiden fan Richard Diaz got his mind blown but still managed to distinguish Dave Murray from an ice cream vendor. Read on to relive the excitement of a different time in Maiden history, as the Somewhere In Time world tour hit Corpus Christi in Texas. Continue reading
What’s the setlist? How does the new merch look? What are the band wearing? How do they sound? And last but not least – what the f**k is Eddie up to? Find out by following our live updates from the the frontline in Sunrise, Florida! Here is Iron Maiden‘s The Book Of Souls World Tour premiere minute by minute, song by song! #SPOILER Continue reading
With last week’s official announcement of the upcoming Iron Maiden studio album, we want to go all nerdy and share our thoughts on the details provided so far. Continue reading
So we’ve come to it at last, the very end of the incredible Maiden England World Tour. Here’s our experience of the Bergen show, with a little helping of Knebworth Sonisphere as well. Continue reading
In the new feature FAN FRIDAY we will let profiled persons from various walks of life talk about their admiration for the best band in the world, Iron Maiden. First fan out is the immensely talented Norwegian drummer Kenneth Kapstad known for his work with Motorpsycho, Monolithic and Spidergawd among others. Continue reading
It seems that not just Maiden Revelations were critical of the sound quality at Friends Arena in Stockholm this summer… Continue reading
“In an age where literally everything has to be arch, knowing, witty or retro, Iron Maiden fans somehow still don’t give a fuck.” Thank you, professor Henry Brubaker.
March is a month of late 1980s worship on Maiden Revelations. Guest writer Pål Ødegård discusses Somewhere In Time, the album that made him a Maiden fan for life, and puts the 1986 release into metal history perspective. Continue reading
Maiden Revelations don’t have that many followers, but this brilliantly silly video by the Maiden fan known as rich on the fan club forum gave us 7000 views on Facebook… Thanks, rich!
Somewhere In Time is in some ways the forgotten Maiden classic, the most underplayed of Maiden’s most popular records. Why has there never been a real retro focus on the Somewhere In Time record? In this article, American fan Adam Hansen wonders what could have been… Continue reading