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Iron Maiden Tease 2015 Plans With Fan Club Christmas Card

When the members of Iron Maiden's fan club opened this year's Christmas card from the band, they may have received an early hint of what Maiden have in store for 2015.

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EMI

35 Years Ago: Iron Maiden Define a Genre With ‘The Soundhouse Tapes’

On the surface, 'The Soundhouse Tapes' represent a three-song, 12-minute demo that launched Iron Maiden's amazing career.

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33 Years Ago: Iron Maiden’s First Concert With Bruce Dickinson

On October 26, 1981, New Wave of British Heavy Metal standard bearers Iron Maiden performed their first concert with new lead singer, Bruce Dickinson at the Palasport of Bologna, Italy— a daring personnel change for a band that wa

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Iron Maiden

You Think You Know Iron Maiden?

Iron Maiden's nearly 40-album run, from New Wave of British Heavy Metal pioneers to '80s-era megastars, offers us plenty of platinum-plated high points.

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Iron Maiden Fans Petition for the Return of Original Album Artist Derek Riggs

Longtime Iron Maiden fans want the original creator of their mascot Eddie back in the fold.

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Iron Maiden Tears Through Two-Hour Set at Sonisphere

Earlier, Bruce Dickinson piloted a vintage plane as part of a World War I memorial event.

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Hulton Archive

Former Iron Maiden Vocalist: “The Sound Of The First Album Was F—ing Awful”

Paul Di'Anno doesn't like the production job on Iron Maiden's first album, on which he sang.

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Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Chides Judas Priest for Using Teleprompters

Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson publicly wonders exactly why Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford needs a teleprompter to remember the words to 'Breaking the Law.'

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Iron Maiden Singer Bruce Dickinson Mocks Glastonbury Festival

Don't expect Iron Maiden to follow in Metallica's footsteps at the Glastonbury Festival.

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Watch a Finnish Bluegrass Band Cover Iron Maiden’s ‘The Trooper’

When you rock as hard as Iron Maiden, you don't need amps or electricity to get your message across. For delightfully Nordic proof, here's a Finnish bluegrass band covering Maiden's 'The Trooper.

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