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Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson flies injured endangered turtle on his jet

Posted by on February 11, 2016

You know that guy who sings for the British legend Iron Maiden? Sure you do, because Bruce Dickinson is one of those outstanding human beings involved in metal. He has cheated death not once, but twice; also is a big honcho at a luxury aviation company and sells private jets to those who have enough money to […]

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Metal Insider’s top 10 most shocking moments of 2015

Posted by on December 23, 2015

As we look back at 2015, it was a pretty batshit crazy year all around. There were tons of releases, almost as many tours, and as jaded at the metal community is, there are always a handful of things that take everyone by surprise. Given the way the year wound up, the #1 most shocking moment […]

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Poison drummer Rikki Rockett diagnosed with oral cancer

Posted by on December 15, 2015

We haven’t heard anything about Poison in a while since they spoke about the possibility of touring this year which, as you might have figured, never happened. Now we might know why that never happened. During an interview with Eddie Trunk on SiriusXM, drummer Rikki Rockett revealed he was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and […]

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Is Iron Maiden heading to Broadway?

Posted by on October 20, 2015

Quick answer: no, no they’re not. H0wever, in the wake of the last track on their double-album, The Book of Souls, it’s not out of the realm of impossibility that Bruce Dickinson could wind up on the great white way. “Empire of the Clouds,” a Dickinson-penned song, is the longest song in the band’s history. Weighing […]

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Iron Maiden to headline Download Festival

Posted by on October 20, 2015

With their own 747, Eddie, and the energy of many bands easily half their age, Iron Maiden are a touring juggernaut. The sextet are a global phenomenon, as you can tell from the cities where Flight 666 was recorded. And yet, when they announced their tour in support of The Book of Souls, a UK date was conspicuously […]

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Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson did not know about Robin William’s song

Posted by on September 23, 2015

Remember when we told you about that Iron Maiden song written about Robin Williams? Apparently, the only one who knew what it was about, at the moment of recording it, was Steve Harris, according to frontman Bruce Dickinson. According to an interview with Corus Radio, Bruce Dickinson explains about the track “Tears of a Clown” […]

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Iron Maiden have best sales week since SoundScan started

Posted by on September 14, 2015

You’ll find out, most likely tomorrow, how the rest of the chart fared when the next installment of Metal by Numbers is released. In short, pretty damn good for metal. Five Finger Death Punch sold more physical copes of Got Your Six than any other album, which would have given them a #1 album if […]

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Bruce Dickinson got tongue cancer how?

Posted by on September 2, 2015

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson gave the metal world a hell of a scare when it was announced that he was battling cancer. With him mostly healed and The Book of Souls out on Friday, the singer is making the interview rounds. We’ve already heard what he thinks of online bullying, now we’re finding out how he contracted cancer. […]

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Bruce Dickinson discusses online streaming, his sons online bullying

Posted by on September 2, 2015

Iron Maiden’s death dodger, jet salesman and frontman Bruce Dickinson has been in the music business for a lot longer than most of our readers, and that gives him a different scope regarding the current industry and the changes since his times like online streaming and the internet in general and he’s not really happy with […]

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Iron Maiden wrote song about Robin Williams on new album

Posted by on August 24, 2015

In less than two weeks, we’ll get two albums worth of music from Iron Maiden when The Book of Souls is released. Until then, we’ve got the best video game to never come out to look at. We also now know what one of the songs on the album is about. Entertainment Weekly reports that Bruce […]

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