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Review: Steve Harris – British Lion

Review: Steve Harris – British Lion

After somehow mustering the willpower to remain tight-lipped about this solo project for decades (literally!), Iron Maiden founder and bassist Steve Harris seemingly dropped this hard-rock heavy hitter from the heavens. Musically, the group has little in common with the operatic, prog-metal epics of Harris’ main band, and, in fact, British Lion might surprise longtime Ed […]

Photos: Iron Maiden Live in Mountain View, California

Photos: Iron Maiden Live in Mountain View, California

Iron Maiden and Coheed and Cambria rocked Moutain View, California, this summer. As well as the requisite horns-throwing fans, the bands were greeted by protesters at the entrance screaming “Jesus will penetrate you!” Our own Stephanie Cabral was there, too, capturing all the action. Check out her pics below.

Final Six: The Six Coolest/Lamest Metal Band Logos

Final Six: The Six Coolest/Lamest Metal Band Logos

Napalm Death found a perfect medium, their shredded, scrawled skeleton of a logo standing as a symbol of all things insane, repulsive, and enraged.

Metallica, Iron Maiden, Black Label Society and More to Appear on Deep Purple Tribute Album, ‘Re-Machined’

Metallica, Iron Maiden, Black Label Society and More to Appear on Deep Purple Tribute Album, ‘Re-Machined’

Metallica, Iron Maiden, Chickenfoot (featuring Joe Satriani), Steve Vai and other artists will appear on Re-Machined: A Tribute to Machine Head, a Deep Purple tribute album scheduled to be released September 4. The album, which features cover versions of every track on Deep Purple’s classic 1972 album, also will feature appearances by Carlos Santana, Joe […]

Video: Iron Maiden Singer Calls Fan “Wanker” for Texting During Show

Whether it’s over-zealous fans holding up their camera phones for entire songs or that one guy who’s got his head down texting the whole show, cell phones have become the bane of both performers and concert-goers alike. And while most bands do their best to just ignore rude fans, Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson had enough […]

Live Review: Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper, Live in Newark, New Jersey

Live Review: Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper, Live in Newark, New Jersey

Iron Maiden are a band who doesn’t usually enjoy looking backward…especially at their concerts. In fact, on many recent tours, they’ve made it a point to stay as current as possible. When they released their 14th album, A Matter of Life and Death, they played it from start to finish at every date of that […]

Fans Vote Iron Maiden’s ‘The Number of the Beast’ Best British Album of the Last 60 Years

Fans Vote Iron Maiden’s ‘The Number of the Beast’ Best British Album of the Last 60 Years

Music retailer HMV recently ran a poll to determine the best British album of the past 60 years. The poll coincided with the Queen’s diamond jubilee, which celebrates 60 years on the throne. While the competition was undoubtedly stiff — with The Dark Side of the Moon, Abbey Road and Led Zeppelin IV in the […]

Iron Maiden Announce North American Tour

Iron Maiden Announce North American Tour

Following the successful Final Frontier World Tour 2010-11, Iron Maiden will be back on the road this summer with a series of arena, amphitheater, and festival shows in the U.S.A. and Canada. Dubbed the Maiden England World Tour, the trek will closely mirror, in terms of production and content, the original 1988 concert video of […]

Exclusive: The Dead Lay Waiting Premiere “Almost Heaven”

Exclusive: The Dead Lay Waiting Premiere “Almost Heaven”

U.K. metalcore band the Dead Lay Waiting released their sophomore album “Almost Heaven” in the U.S. late last year. You can now listen to the title track from the record and read a Q&A with the band that its members answered collectively. Let us know what you think in the comments. REVOLVER What’s this song […]

Rise to Remain Split with Bassist and Drummer, Cancel U.S. Tour, Postpone U.S. Album Release

Rise to Remain Split with Bassist and Drummer, Cancel U.S. Tour, Postpone U.S. Album Release

Rise to Remain—featuring vocalist Austin Dickinson, son of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce—have announced that they have parted ways with their bassist, Joe Copcutt, and drummer Pat Lundy. As a result of the lineup changes, the band has cancelled their planned upcoming dates in the U.S. supporting Machine Head. The band has also postponed the U.S. […]