A live album from the former Iron Maiden vocalist is now available! Focusing on early Maiden numbers such as "Murder on Morgue Street" and "Running Free", Battle The Zone and the Killers era will also be shown, and this is what metal should be called live!
I don't need to explain who Paul Deano is to anyone who is interested in this work. Iron Maiden, Killers, a heavy metal, or even rock, history of "Iron Maiden" and "Killers". Despite the glory of being the vocalist for two classic albums, the way he lived his life is that of a rocker. . His punkish, rough singing, in contrast to Bruce Dickinson, is a drug and violence It could be argued that it is his life itself, colored by
However, his involvement with Iron Maiden, as well as Deano, Battlezone and The Killers The achievements of these various bands and projects should not be taken lightly. Iron Maiden's first two albums, which could be described as a fusion of punk and heavy metal, were I can only imagine what would have happened to the extreme metal music that would have followed. It's not hard to see why. There are many musicians and fans who consider Paul Deano's Maiden to be the greatest of all time.
The new release, "Hell Over Waldrop" is the first of its kind. Live in Germany". As the name implies, it was recorded at Waldrop, Germany, on August 27, 2006. This is a live performance at the festival. Although it was recorded, due to various technical problems, it has been in storage for some time. Now, thanks to the power of modern digital technology, this album will see the light of day for the first time in 14 years! It became. Paul Deano recruited local musicians to create an early Iron Maiden number with I've done a lot of shows where I've played, and this was the same case. The band backing me here was a German power metal band called Re-Vision. They also did a Maiden tribute called The Phantoms of the Opera. It's just a matter of time, and the Iron Maiden number is a masterpiece. Deano's singing doesn't falter in any way, but rather adds even more awesomeness to the song. The tempo is up from the original, which will get your adrenaline pumping if you're a metal fan. It's a great show that is sure to be a hit. The festival is the first of its kind in what is known as a "normal" city, with disco units and more. It was a festival, apparently. However, many of the classic songs such as "Prowler", "Murder in the Rue Morgue" and "To the Holy Land" were beautifully recreated. As it went on, "all the participants turned into metalheads"!
Paul Diano announced his retirement in 2013, citing a knee injury, but withdrew it the following year. But once again, he's back, this year on August 30, at the Beermageddon Festival in the UK. They have announced that the performance will be their last one, and they will be It seems unlikely that the film will be made. In that sense, this film will be a valuable document. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Paul Di'Anno (Vocal)