Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson called for a fightback to save the traditional British pub as the Great British Beer Festival got under way on Tuesday. The frontman for the British heavy metal pioneers blasted the rise of soulless,...Show More Summary
Aside from being the lead singer in one of the world’s most famous heavy metal bands, Bruce Dickinson has another
They’re called Hoax Hunters and they’ve written, recorded and released a song called “Hoax Hunters”. Like Iron Maiden, Visage, and Icehouse, Hoax Hunters have not named their debut album Hoax Hunters but rather Comfort & Safety (Negative Fun). The band out of Richmond, Virginia have posted the song over at Stereogum.com, so head there and […]
One of the coolest things we’ve done at this year’s Comic-Con was head over to Legendary’s booth to check out their two must-see displays: an Oculus Rift-driven Pacific Rim Jaeger pilot sim and a mini Crimson Peak set that came with a guided tour by Guillermo del Toro himself! First up was Pacific Rim… Guys, […]
Imagine Hannibal Lecter meets a medieval Iron Maiden at a Daft Punk show, and you've got the IlluMask. Read more...
I ron Maiden is one of the best-known, genre-defining bands of the heavy metal era. And Bruce Dickinson, though not the band's first, is Iron Maiden's best-known lead vocalist. But besides being the voice on the band's landmark 1982Show More Summary
As any Bible reader, numerologist or Iron Maiden fan worth their salt knows, 666 is the Number of the Beast. It says so in Revelation 13:17-18, in wording enigmatic enough to keep conspiracy theologians guessing as to the Beast's true identity: Nero, the Pope, Mussolini, Obama? And by stupid... Read More
If you have been wanting to hear some hard rock/heavy metal with an 80?s feel, you will want to pick up a new split 7? out of Australia. The bands are Scalare and Eldorado, and they do the kind of metal that sounds like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest were still the monarchs and thrash […]
by Wyatt Marshall Iron Maiden at Austin's 360 Amphitheatre in 2013 (more by Tim Griffin) Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson had some choice words about punk music in an interview with The Guardian a few days back. In a Q&A...
In this video, the Finnish five-man band Steve’n’Seagulls perform a fantastic bluegrass cover of the popular 1983 heavy metal song “The Trooper” by Iron Maiden. Here is the original music video: videos via Viljam Hänninen, emimusic via Nerdcore
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams. Read more...
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Photographers Tomer Jacobson ? and Maxim Golovanov have been slowly building up a song themed series (previously). This time they are paying a tribute to one of my adolescence all time favorites: Hallowed Be Thy Name by Iron Maiden form their excellent The Number of The Beast. If you were not here in the 80?s, [...]Show More Summary
by Ian Chainey Harp Twins Just when you thought the week was going to pass without an Iron Maiden dual harp cover, the Harp Twins deliver a suitably angelic performance of "Dance of Death." Wait...what? Indeed, worry not,...
NECA has deemed that the best way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the classic Iron Maiden album Powerslave was to release a pretty awesome “Mummy” Eddie action figure based upon the band’s “World Slavery Tour” artwork! The “…8? tall Eddie action figure features real metal chains that can be connected to the mouth or […]
Babymetal, the band the internet is just now getting around to hyping up, will be performing alongside bands like Metallica and Iron Maiden this year in the UK's Sonisphere Festival. It only seems like just yesterday Hiroko had a nice little chat with them, and now they're taking over the world. Show More Summary
Because it’s the birthday of my very good friend Kevin Stampfl, who back in the day loved him some Iron Maiden. And why not? They’re good at what they do. This is a very 80s video, incidentally. Happy birthday, Kevin!
Metal Albums With Googly Eyes is a Tumblr blog that strategically places plastic googly eyes on various heavy metal album covers. A number of high profile groups get the googly-eyed treatment here, including Iron Maiden, Slayer, Dio and Ozzy. via Sad and Useless
Iron Maiden demons, psychedelic Beatles, and Nirvana's naked Nevermind baby like you've never seen them before. Have you ever looked the album cover of The Yellow Submarine and pondered whether anyone is standing behind the Beatles in...Show More Summary