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HarperNonFiction and Dey Street will publish IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson's

The fourth book based on Iron Maiden albums, No Prayer For The Dying is on sale. Author and huge fan Stjepan Juras has a plan do write a book about each Iron Maiden album.
First edition of this book with special T-shirt gift SOLD OUT in just one day. On sale is a very special, personalized, hard cover book with unique and one of kind dust jacket, showing Eddie writing your very own name on a gravestone directly from the grave. Please note that there’s only room for one name and one surname on the gravestone. Any fan who want to order fully customized book have a chance to do that in next few days, because custom edition with buyer's name on book cover will be sold out soon too.

IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson, who earlier in the year underwent a seven-week course of chemotherapy

06 Jul

ANNEKE COVERS MAIDEN

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In her recent performance at Tuska Festival in Helsinki on June 30th Anneke van Giersbergen played, among others, Iron Maiden’s “Waster Years” alone on stage with an acoustic guitar. Check out the video below…

In celebration of Trooper premium British beer smashing through the 10 million pint barrier in just over 2 years,

13 Mar

ED FORCE ONE DAMAGED

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Iron Maiden’s private airplane, Ed Force One, was severely damaged in a runway accident while it was towed for refueling at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport in Chile. While it was towed the aircraft collided with the ground due to a steering malfunction resulting in damaging the undercarriage as well as two of the plane’s engines. Plus, two ground operators were injured and have been taken to hospital. According to engineer’s estimation the plane will require an extend period of maintenance and possibly two new engines. Despite, the crash the band’s scheduled tour dates are not affected.

Following the major accident in Chile on the morning of Saturday, March 12, British heavy metal legends IRON MAIDEN have announced that a fully repaired Ed Force One will take off tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday, March 22) from Santiago, Chile airport to rejoin the tour at Brasília Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek international airport. Following the show at Nilsen Nelson Arena, the plane will be loaded up once again on Wednesday with over 20 tons of equipment and the band's tour personnel to fly to Fortaleza for the concert on Thursday and on from there to Sao Paulo then New York and onwards round the world on "The Book Of Souls" world tour which visits 36 countries in the five-month period.

In the sunny afternoon of 21/5, Rock Pages attended the Iron Maiden show in Birmingham. It has been a few years since Iron Maiden played indoor shows, as the last couple of years the Irons only did Festival dates.

Experiencing a Blaze Bayley show for an umpteenth time is not something detrimental or typical. Quite the contrary, actually, I must say it becomes more interesting, intriguing and…addictive as time passes by! When the tour dates were announced, I picked up the vicinal Sofia, Bulgaria. As it was the case with my previous visit there

26 Aug

ED FORCE ONE STRIKES BACK

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Now that Bruce Dickinson has been declared cancer-free, Iron Maiden can get back

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