19:30 - Zaphod Could be. I'm seeing my doc about it soon since it's been going on for a week and I've never had it before that. Your thing sounds weird as well, I would run into lots of things if I woke up like that. I already do when I wake up.
19:25 - !J.O.O.E.! Maybe it's a trapped nerve or something Zaph. Not really all that similar, but I've had instances in the past where I've woken up and my eyes couldn't focus for about 15 minutes, and had double vision during that time. Unpleasant.
19:21 - no one hahahaha, a spelling mistake omg lolololololololololol @J.N[link]
19:19 - Karlabos apocrothercy sounds like something BE would say
UK's Download Festival 2016 brought the big guns and announced their three big headliners for 2016. The triple-threat bill includes the headliners for next year's Download Festival: Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and Rammstein. Rammstein will headline the Friday night. Black Sabbath will return to Donington to headline the Saturday night. Their appearance at Download Festival will form part of their worldwide The End tour, as they sign off their 50-year career. Iron Maiden will headline the Sunday night of Download Festival 2016. The British metal gods will headline Castle Donington for the sixth time on June 12th, 2016, and they'll be arriving at the festival site in true Maiden style.
The Book Of Souls tour is hitting the States in February, March and April. In fact, Iron Maiden will open the World Tour in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on the 24th of February 2016, playing nine shows in total, finishing up at The Forum, LA on April 15th. Canadian fans please note that your dates will be announced very soon as well. This tour happens, of course, in support of the heavy metallers new double album, The Book Of Souls. So you can expect to hear some new songs.
Today there is both news from Iron Maiden as well as its singer Bruce Dickinson solo band. Dickinson has revealed that he has already demoed six songs for his new solo album. It's the first update about his solo project in 10 years and since latest album Tyranny Of Souls (2005). In Iron Maiden news, the band has confirmed tour dates in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa to present their new release The Book Of Souls.
Prepare for an Iron Maiden world domination as the legendary heavy metal band is preparing to embark on a world tour next year in support of the upcoming double album, The Book Of Souls which will be released worldwide next week on September 4th. And they have already dropped a few hints on the destinations. They are taking touring to a new level using a Boeing 747-400 Jumbo Jet (aka Queen of the Skies) for their World Tour next year. The new Ed Force One will take the band, crew and over 12 tons of equipment more than 55,000 miles (88,500km) around the planet with concerts in six of the seven continents (Australasia, Asia, North and South America, Africa and Europe) with the tour expected to visit around 35 countries.
With experience such as Iron Maiden's, it isn't suprising to see them releasing new music; and today, we get the first song -the official video for the song Speed Of Light - from the upcoming double album The Book Of Souls. This music is the first in 5 years from the old-time British legends, after 2010' The Final Frontier album. The video clip was produced and directed by Llexi Leon. So, don't hesitate and check out this new track!
Can't wait to hear the new Iron Maiden album? The wait has been long since 2010's The Final Frontier but now the iconic band is about to release a double album, The Book Of Souls. To whet the appetite of their fans even more, a 30-second preview of a new Iron Maiden song from the band's forthcoming album has been released and is now available in the YouTube clip below.
Iron Maiden are about to release a new album, a double album in fact called The Book Of Souls. Recently, the legendary heavy metal band has also been awarded the prestigious O2 Silver Clef by Nordoff Robbins in recognition of "outstanding contribution to UK music". Previous winners include The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Eric Clapton, Pink Floyd, Genesis and Queen. Last year's Silver Clef winner was Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin). Singer Bruce Dickinson, and guitarists Adrian Smith and Janick Gers were in attendance to collect the award.
Iron Maiden have big news today! It's all about their new album, which has been revealed will be called The Book Of Souls. The legendary metallers eagerly awaited new studio album will be released globally on the 4th of September through Parlophone Records (Sanctuary Copyrights/BMG in the U.S.A.). The stunning cover art was created by Mark Wilkinson, who has worked with the band previously, and because this 11-track album has a total running time of 92 minutes, it is Iron Maiden's first ever double studio album. You can find out more below!
While this day is overshadowed by the death of legendary guitarist/singer B.B. King, there is good news today as well. The Iron Maiden camp is pleased to announce that the doctors have given Bruce Dickinson the all-clear after his cancer treatments. He underwent chemotherapy and radiology to treat a cancerous tumor at the back of his tongue. Now the frontman can't wait to get back in business. However, the band will not be touring or playing any shows until next year, focusing instead on putting the finishing touches to the new Iron Maiden studio album.
Last month, Iron Maiden shocked fans by announcing that their legendary frontman Bruce Dickinson underwent chemotherapy and radiology to treat a cancerous tumor at the back of his tongue. Now the group's manager Rod Smallwood has released an update. According to Smallwood, Bruce is on the road to recovery and everyone remains optimistic. Iron Maiden's plans will be determined by Bruce's progress. Recently, the heavy metallers drummer Nicko McBrain confirmed in an interview that the band's new album is ready but the launch has been delayed while Bruce Dickinson recovers.
Iron Maiden surprised fans today with unexpected and worrying news. According to the band, just before Christmas, the band's legendary vocalist Bruce Dickinson visited his doctor for a routine check-up. This led to tests and biopsies which revealed a small cancerous tumour at the back of his tongue. A seven week course of chemotherapy and radiology treatment was completed yesterday. As the tumour was caught in the early stages, the prognosis is extremely good. Hopefully, Bruce Dickinson will win this battle and make a complete recovery.
Iron Maiden's last album was The Final Frontier released back in 2010. But the band's next album could be in the works. In a Christmas card sent out to members of their fan club, and signed by the band members, the legendary heavy metallers hinted that a new studio album is looming on the horizon. The card features the band's mascot Eddie emerging from the studio along with a sign saying "Uroton 51." Some fans have interpreted the message "Uroton 51" to mean "On Tour 15".
Parlophone Records (BMG/INgrooves Music Group for the USA) follow the 2012/13 Iron Maiden vinyl picture disc reissues of the first eight Iron Maiden albums, which spanned the 1980s, with brand new pressings of the albums in heavyweight 180g black vinyl. In conjunction with these premium album releases, a strictly limited one-off run of the 7" singles from each respective album will be made available. These highly collectable black vinyl singles will be cut from the original analogue master tapes. You can watch below two behind-the-scenes videos about the artwork and sound production of the new vinyl reissues.
Iron Maiden will headline the opening night of the Arras Main Square Festival in France on July 3rd. The four day festival takes place between July 3rd-6th. The band's 2014 tour will include dates in countries not visited during the 2013 leg and will be a much shorter run than is usual for a Maiden tour. You can check out the shows confirmed so far below.
After being cancelled in 2012 and taking a year off in 2013, the Sonisphere festival will return to the UK next year and Iron Maiden and Metallica will make history when they co-headline the Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth, the very first time both bands have appeared together on a British bill, and the only concerts either band will play in the UK in 2014.