Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson dropped by Edmonton’s Winspear Centre as part of his spoken word tour and Dana Zuk was on hand to capture the fun.
On their new EP ‘Let The World Burn,’ Vio-Lence delivers the goods, dishing out the most precise slicing and dicing of “kill your grandma” music you’ve heard in years.
The final day at Bloodstock saw Judas Priest sign things off with a career-spanning set. Check out all the photos and review here.
The rise of the American metal machine in the 1980s has been chronicled in numerous documentary films, but the…
Nights of the Dead, Legacy of the Beast: Live in Mexico City is a 17-track recording of three sold-out…
Hey there, hosers and hoseheads! How about some Canadian metal rooted in the sounds of our colonizing Commonwealth overlords…
Angel Witch’s new Metal Blade Records release, Angel Of Light, is the true return of a band that many might have overlooked over the years, but this album will make sure that this will never happen again.
Released via Capitol Records 35 years ago this week (September 3, 1984), Iron Maiden’s fifth studio set, Powerslave, remains a fan favorite and continues to speak to a new audience.
NWOBHM legends Iron Maiden arrived to melt the faces of those assembled at Mansfield, MA’s Xfinity Center. Supported by opener The Raven Age, this show was downright awesome!
If you’re searching for a metal album this year that marches to its own d-beat and kicks ass on every level, look no further than Old Star (Peaceville Records) – it’s Darkthrone, baby, and that’s all you really need to know.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the travelling circus that is the music tour. Package #20 features Iron Maiden.
For today’s Geared Up interview, LOVEBITES’ supremely talented Miyako gives insight into her gear collection, which forms an integral part of the top-quality NWOBHM sound that new album Clockwork Immortality holds (out now via JPU Records).
Fans that hit Maxwell’s in Waterloo, ON on November 2nd enjoyed seeing a stadium-level show in a small club. Steve Harris and his British Lion project wowed the crowd after Coney Hatch brought the nostalgia.