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 retro review of Maiden’s controversial second concert record. 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
Happy birthday, Powerslave! You still sound young! Continue reading
The Live After Death cover as we know it today is one of the most iconic and sinister sleeves in the history of Iron Maiden. But if it weren’t for a number of casual events it would most likely never have seen the light of day. Continue reading
October 1993 saw the release of that year’s second Iron Maiden live album, A Real Dead One. The dreadful title said more than intended about the state of Maiden, for it was in many ways a dark time for band and fans… Continue reading
Does this brick wall and the street lights look familiar to you all? This is the railway bridge in Finsbury Park where Iron Maiden mascot Eddie lurked around in the seventies and was immortalized on a certain picture.
Not to be tasteless, but life just about imitates art… Continue reading