Why See Iron Maiden?
The Book Of Souls World Tour Continues
The mighty Iron Maiden return to North American shores once again in support of their latest record The Book of Souls. Following a five year hiatus, during which lead singer Bruce Dickinson underwent treatment for tongue cancer, the heavy metal icons returned stronger than ever with a gargantuan double album that traversed from churning prog-like epics to riff-laden pop nuggets. They toured North America last year, but due to huge demand, they're back again!
Iron Maiden were formed in London in 1975, and given the fact they took their name from a medieval torture device, it was clear they weren't gonna be grandmother's new favourite band. Pioneering a wave of British heavy metal, their no nonsense approach, taking inspiration from the likes of Hendrix and Led Zeppelin, and of course the monumental vocals of singer Bruce Dickinson, immediately marked them out as something special. Among their most iconic tracks are 'Run to the Hills', 'The Number of the Beast' and 'The Trooper'. Catch one of the genres' defining artists when Iron Maiden hit Amalie Arena in Tampa, FL, Closed June 11, 2017
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