A little late with this review, the DVD dropped last week, but I wanted to give it a proper watch and it's been hard to find the time to plop myself down for a full ninety minutes recently. Because that's the rough playing length of this documentary, and the amount of time and attention it … Continue reading DVD Review: Scream For Me, Sarajevo
Scream for Me Sarajevo is the astonishing story of the most unlikely of rock concerts, performed by Bruce Dickinson and his band Skunkworks in 1994. Risking their lives, they were smuggled into the besieged city to play a concert for its citizens amidst the chaos of war. This must-see documentary includes footage of the gig … Continue reading “Scream For Me Sarajevo” – new trailer and pre-order now open (and don’t forget our competition!)
During the longest siege a capital city has faced in the history of modern warfare, a heavy metal band agreed to play a concert… Scream for Me Sarajevo is the astonishing story of the most unlikely of rock concerts, performed by Bruce Dickinson and his band Skunkworks in 1994. Risking their lives, they were smuggled into the besieged … Continue reading Bruce Dickinson – Scream For Me Sarajevo: exclusive video and DVDs to win!
Sarajevo in 1994 was a city under siege. Mortars and grenades rained down on the city, killing indiscriminately every day. Amongst the madness, would it be possible to persuade a global rock star to come and play a show for local fans? Scream for Me Sarajevo is the amazing and astonishing story of the most … Continue reading Bruce Dickinson “Scream For Me Sarajevo” documentary gets cinema release in April
In a way it seems almost strange to review a biography, doesn’t it? Even if it is one of the finest and most successful metal vocalists of all time. What am I doing; reviewing his life and giving him a gold star for success but could do better in parts? Let’s face it, before you … Continue reading Book Review: Bruce Dickinson – What Does This Button Do?
Seems like it's the season for it with Tankard's first few albums being reissued and Skyclad's Noise Records history also seeing the light of vinyl day. Joining them are six albums from Bruce Dickinson, spanning his entire solo career. Metal's famous air-raid siren first went solo in 1990 with Tattooed Millionaire while he was still fronting … Continue reading Classic re-release review: Bruce Dickinson’s 6-album solo career