The top Iron Maiden songs demonstrate how the British legends quite easily could be seen as the definitive heavy metal band. They capture all the elements of the genre and make them their own with a high level of musicianship and a ferocious attack. Their legend looms large and yet time and again, they rise t
Of all the childish "rock & roll" behaviors you might expect to come with some sort of physical danger, attacking one's bandmates with shaving cream pies would have to rank pretty low on the list -- which is why it's such a good thing that the members of Iron Maiden are here to warn the rest of us about what can happen when pie fight horseplay goes awry.
Iron Maiden’s mascot Eddie can shame the Grinch, the Scrooge and every bad Santa on the planet when it comes to having scary character. This vintage 1980 Christmas card depicts Eddie with a blood stained guitar and portrays Santa Claus slain at his feet. The 4x6 artwork certainly bares more jeer than cheer but when it comes to rock memorabilia this seasonal item holds it value. This copy here, sold for $837.50 on eBay.
One-time Iron Maiden singer Paul Di'Anno became agitated by a fan who shouted "Bruce Dickinson" at him several times during a recent show in the Ukraine. Dickinson, Maiden's current singer, replaced DiAnno in 1981. Di'Anno grew angrier and angrier as the one-sided conversation continued, ultimately threatening to fight the man.
When word began to leak out towards the end of this past summer that Iron Maiden’s Steve Harris would be releasing his first solo album, it caught more than a few people by surprise. After all, the veteran bassist has been widely considered the creative mastermind behind everything that Maiden does.