Let’s dig into the vault for an interview from 1988, thirty years ago, discussing Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son among other things. Continue reading
Eight years after the colossal Live After Death, Iron Maiden have another four studio albums to plunder for their setlist. And so they decide it is time for another live album. Here is a look back at Maiden’s controversial second concert record. Continue reading
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
As Iron Maiden struggled to stay on top of their game at the start of the 1990s, they suddenly faced the monumental blow of losing their classic lead singer. With this chapter of our in-depth series on Maiden History we look into Fear Of The Dark and the breaking of another line-up. Continue reading
After entering the 1990s with the underwhelming No Prayer For The Dying, there is no denying the downturn in Iron Maiden’s fortunes and qualities with 1992’s Fear Of The Dark album. Continue reading
New decade! New guitar player! New album! The 1980s were over, and Iron Maiden faced many challenges in maintaining their status at the dawn of the 1990s. Continue reading
The official story is that the legendary Spaceward demo was Iron Maiden‘s only recording as a four-piece. Recent information suggest that it isn’t really so.
Last Wednesday, October 2nd, Iron Maiden finished off their mammoth Maiden England 2013 World Tour in Santiago, Chile. Another gentleman was also touring South America at the same time. Bark at the beer – here is The Dog Whisperer, aka Cesar Millan, hanging out with Dave Murray and Janick Gers. And it got friendly… Continue reading