The Chuck Norris of heavy metal is heading down under.
Expect more tours and some “surprises” in the not-too-distant future.
“Now I’m going to have nightmares.”
They’ve also officially finished the album
You’re never to old to be metal AF
The fan was punching another fun in the crowd when Bruce Dickinson stepped in.
“SCREAM FOR ME BRISBANE!!!”
Brisbane Iron Maiden fans rejoice – you’re currently sharing the same air as the UK rock gods themselves. The band have touched down this evening all aboard the fabled Ed Force One. With the fearless cap’n Bruce Dickinson at the helm, Iron Maiden flew in from two shows in Auckland as they gallivant their way
Dickinson labelled it a “fantasy moment”.
A pretty memorable moment, if you ask me!
Their iconic tour plane has been fitted with two new engines after it was damage in a runway crash 10 days ago.
Thankfully the band were not on board Ed Force One at the time, but two people have been hospitalised.
The greatest heavy metal band that the world has ever known, Iron Maiden, are getting ready to fly Down Under (more than likely onboard a private jet piloted by frontman Bruce Dickinson during his time off from rescuing endangered turtles) for the Aussie leg of their Book Of Souls world tour. The NWOBHM gods are headed our way this May
Terri the turtle was flown back to The Canary Islands on board the Iron Maiden frontman’s plane.
Merry Christmas from Eddie The Head
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After last month announcing their intentions to embark on a massive world tour, rock icons Iron Maiden have today unveiled their Australian tour plans and will be making their massively anticipated return Down Under in May 2016. Arriving aboard their enormous Boeing 747-400 jumbo jet Ed Force One, piloted by vocalist Bruce Dickinson and carrying
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