Thursday, August 11, 2011


Bruce Dickinson
Bruce Dickinson says Iron Maiden have committed to at least one more album, and it's likely to be a prog-rock record in the style of 2010′s The Final Frontier.

His comments put to an end speculation that their fifteenth album was their last, fuelled by recycled comments from the band's early years that mainman Steve Harris wanted to stop when he'd reached that milestone.

But the singer admits that, despite being three decades into their career, Maiden still find it difficult to share their feelings to each other. "Being English we have some reserve when we're communicating ideas," Dickinson tells the Daily Star. "We used to have a stand-up knock-down fight about anything – but we know each other better now and people do mellow

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