When I found out that this year the Hamilton Film Festival (HFF) is screening a documentary featuring Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden I was…
Happy 35th birthday today to Iron Maiden’s The Number of The Beast. What an album!
Thirty years ago today Iron Maiden released their sixth studio album, the progressively tinged Somewhere In Time. Following up the incredible success of the…
As December’s gift-buying chaos falls upon us, rest assured that shopping for your favourite metalhead doesn’t have to be a taxing chore. Whether you’re a bewildered dear one, a metal fan buying for a fellow metal lover, or looking for a treat for yourself, we Hellbounders have a few holiday shopping ideas that might make your task a little easier.
Truth be told, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son isn’t my favourite Iron Maiden album, by any stretch. More synth-heavy and progressive-sounding than their previous releases, even singles such as “Can I Play With Madness” or “The Evil That Men Do” fall flat compared to the likes of “2 Minutes to Midnight” and “The Trooper.” But does that mean I’m skipping their Seventh-Son-heavy summer tour? Awwww hell no!
Another edition of thought-provoking book reviews from our Irish based correspondent Steve Earles. Please enjoy!
Metalion is one of the greatest books about metal ever produced.
The album feels dark, but overall it leaves you with a positive feeling, positive that Lucassen is a fantastic musician/writer/lyricist and he knows exactly how to put together an amazing album and get incredible results from his guests.