It's been 30 years since Iron Maiden first shook the world with its eponymous debut. Now the legendary metal band is out to conquer The Final Frontier.
Recorded at Compass Point Studios, Nassau, the same studios that Iron Maiden's Piece Of Mind, Powerslave and Somewhere In Time were recorded, The Final Frontier fuses powerful early-Maiden sounds with a sonic maturity and polished style that reflects the band's many years in the business. “The studio had the same vibe and it was exactly as it had been in 1983! Even down to the broken shutter in the corner ... same carpet ... everything ... It was really quite spooky. But we felt very relaxed in such a familiar and well-trodden environment and I think this shows in the playing and the atmosphere of the album,” singer Bruce Dickinson said.
Produced with long-time Maiden collaborator Kevin "Caveman" Shirley, this is the band's 15th studio album, and it's one that won't disappoint.
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