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It features a “flyover” of a life-size replica of a Spitfire combat plane, flame-throwers, pyro, muskets, claymores and, of course, the band’s ghoulish but lovable mascot Eddie.“It’s really good, and I think it’s important that people will be able to see this show,” says bassist/principal songwriter Steve Harris, speaking to over the phone.“I’d go and see the show myself, but I’m facing the other way,” he adds, laughing. “And we’ve used flames in the past, on [tour to support 1984 album ] and so on, but [the pyrotechnics] incorporates all kinds of different elements into the show.” Asked if the pyro will change in any way going from indoor venues to outdoor ones, Harris says, “Every venue has their own different rules about this sort of thing, so it’s difficult for me to say what’s going to be allowed or not allowed.“I saw it in pre-production and everyone seems to think it’s one of our best shows, so I think people have a lot to look forward to.” Harris explains that it was singer Bruce Dickinson’s idea to bring out the Spitfire for the classic Iron Maiden song “Aces High” -- no surprise, given that he’s also a licensed commercial pilot. Hopefully, we’ll be allowed to do what we do everywhere else, but you never know.”He continues, “We just wanted to bring the show we did last year in Europe.We always knew that we’d do a part two or whatever. But the tour was so strong and powerful in Europe, and we wanted to bring it over to North America, Central and South America.” These legs of the tour will total 41 shows in six countries.I am sure we have at least another album in us." The band kicked off their return to the UK at Nottingham's sold out Motorpoint arena on Thursday night.Drawing heavily on latest album The Book of Souls, the 15 song set also included fan favourites Fear of the Dark, Number of the Beast and Children of the Damned.
"As long as he is on form, and drumming for Maiden is a very physically demanding, we will go on.The nine-acre estate includes a medieval country house known as Sheering Hall (with elements dating back to 1427) and has belonged to the Iron Maiden star since the 1980s.The 11,000-square-foot Grande-II house includes 11 bedrooms, an original medieval entrance hall surrounded by three reception rooms, open fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling oak-paneled walls, gilded ornate cornicing, high ceilings, and exposed beams.Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris’s Essex estate hit the market at a price-point nearly 40-percent less than its original asking price.The home, on sale for close to £4 million, was originally listed at upwards of £7 million in 2012, but has since dropped significantly.
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