Despite a BBC ban, winning a “Worst Original Song” award and being pulled from the band’s setlist, Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter remains Iron Maiden’s sole UK chart-topping single
Which songs have Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Queen and others played live the most? Spoiler: contains surprises
These masterpieces by Avenged Sevenfold, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest deserved to rocket up the charts, but fell insultingly short
Lemmy flogging milk? Iron Maiden pushing road safety? Dokken hawking anti-virus software?! Here are 10 times rock stars have appeared in crazy TV ads
Blaze Bayley's time in Iron Maiden may not have last too long, but he certainly made the most of it!
“When Iron Maiden are so haggard that we’d never put our pictures on an album cover, we can still make decent music – just put Eddie on the front!”
From Roxette and David Bowie to Iron Maiden and Slipknot, these are the records that made Lord Of The Lost frontman Chris Harms
Iron Maiden legend Bruce Dickinson has confirmed his first solo studio album since 2005's Tyranny Of Souls
Spooky goings-on and controversy in the US have inspired rumours that Iron Maiden’s magnum opus was cursed by supernatural forces. Are they right? Probably not…
A Facebook user has generated their own Iron Maiden artwork and the internet agrees that the new designs “go hard”
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson set a dead pig on fire, blew up a barn and tried to static-shock himself to death for a 2006 documentary about spontaneous human combustion
Blaze's time in Iron Maiden wasn't easy, and he found it especially difficult when the band brought Bruce back after two albums
What’s a great band without a great mascot? Iron Maiden, Megadeth and Ghost all prove that a made-up character can carry you far!
In 1985, Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson tried to get random New Yorkers to buy a Live After Death vinyl for $100. It didn’t go well.
In 1981, Bruce Dickinson was a fresh-faced frontman who needed to prove himself to Iron Maiden’s ballooning fanbase. His debut show with the band got that campaign off to a glorious start.
Ozzy Osbourne is gutted to be sitting out next month's Power Trip festival, which is set to bring together 'six iconic bands that define loud and powerful music'
Iron Maiden team up with Melon Optics for a sharp new exclusive range of sunglasses, goggles, t-shirts and gloves
In the late ’90s, Iron Maiden were creatively flagging and unable to fill venues. Then two of their most adored members, Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith, returned to make them megastars again.