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
The run of classic 1980s Iron Maiden albums continues with Powerslave, the record that really epitomizes the highest high of Maiden’s fortunes around the world. Continue reading
Bruce Dickinson and Nicko McBrain were the missing pieces needed to turn Iron Maiden into a true world-class act. With this second chapter in our study of Maiden History we take a look at the dawn of Maiden’s classic era. Continue reading
After The Number Of The Beast had given Iron Maiden their well-deserved international breakthrough in 1982, they delivered one of their very best albums just a year later: Piece Of Mind. Continue reading
Besides Steve Harris, only two members in the history of Iron Maiden have never left the band. Do you know who? Read on for a guide to Maiden’s numerous line-up changes: From Doug Sampson to Blaze Bayley, here are the “Maiden Exits”, and why they happened. Continue reading
In a recent interview conducted by American radio show Spreaker, Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain talks about the upcoming tour, weather or not there will be a new album, and who really wrote Run to the Hills.
This past week Iron Maiden members Bruce Dickinson and Nicko McBrain took part in various events in London, UK.
Bruce Dickinson with Queen’s Brian May during the Sunflower Jam.
Nicko hosting the 50th Anniversary for Marshall.