Iron Maiden did not merely emulate their success in the 1980s when they entered the new millennium, they surpassed it. In terms of global popularity and touring, Maiden’s second golden age was the peak of their career. Continue reading
It is one of the all-time greatest Iron Maiden classics, and there has been no less than seven official live versions. To celebrate Maiden’s new live album, here is the best and worst of 2 Minutes To Midnight. Continue reading
The reissues of the next three classic Iron Maiden records on vinyl are here, and we take a look back in our retro reviews. 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
Who is your favorite guitarist? Stupid question right? The answer has got to be two names: Dave Murray and Adrian Smith. With this chapter in our study of Maiden History we celebrate the guitar playing of Iron Maiden‘s classic era and discuss the band’s conquest of America in the mid-1980s.
Iron Maiden’s first live record has gone down in history as one of the greatest live albums of all time, and for good reasons. Live After Death documents a metal legend at the height of its power. Continue reading
Let us take a closer look at a very exiting moment during any Iron Maiden concert: the show opener. Here is our verdict on the best and worst Maiden openers over the past 40 years. Continue reading
Maiden Revelations is ONE WEEK OLD today. We celebrate with an in-depth look at Iron Maiden‘s traditional retro tours. Does history repeat itself in the nicest possible way?