I've been struggling to get time to draft reviews recently - work's been really hectic the last few weeks - but when the latest Iron Maiden platter drops into your inbox you make the time! Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City was recorded in September 2019 at the Palacio de … Continue reading Album Review: Iron Maiden – Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City
Lyria's vocalist, Aline Happ, recently released on her YouTube channel folk reinterpretations with Celtic influences for the songs “Wasted Years” and “Children of the Sea”, by Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath, respectively. The songs are part of a project developed during the Covid-19 pandemic, in which the singer covers pop and rock/metal songs. The video … Continue reading Lyria’s Aline Happ releases folk versions of Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath songs
This morning Tons of Rock festival announced the first wave of bands for next summer’s event, with the mighty Iron Maiden set to headline the event in Oslo, Norway on Thursday 25 June. Other bands announced so far include Dimmu Borgir, Disturbed, Gojira, and Sepultura. Tickets go on sale Friday 15th November and you can … Continue reading Iron Maiden announced as first headliner for Tons of Rock festival 2020
France’s soirée of festival season is Hellfest, based in the sleepy town of Clisson, which lies half an hour from Nantes in the Pays de la Loire region of the country, and this year is it’s 13th incarnation In the beginning, starting off more on the heavy side, it’s grown into one of the most … Continue reading Festival Review: Hellfest 2018 (22 – 24 June)
Entering the Pannonia Fields on Sunday took a lot longer than the other days due to the amount of people that seemed to be leaving. We finally got to the Red stage in time to see part of Less Than Jake’s set. Chris DeMakes on vocals and guitar joked about camera men “not getting paid … Continue reading Festival Review: Nova Rock 2018 Day 4
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!