The new release is coming this September.
Heavy metal giants Iron Maiden are set to return with their first ever double album later this year, enticingly titled 'The Book Of Souls'. It's being released in time to celebrate the recovery of frontman Bruce Dickinson, who recently won his battle with tongue cancer.
Iron Maiden return with their first ever double album
Five years isn't the longest we've ever had to wait for an Iron Maiden album, but it's long enough. Fans can't complain though as they are due to be presented with a whopping 92 minutes worth of music from the metal legends as they unveil 'The Book Of Souls' this Autumn. The album was recorded in Guillame Tell Studios in Paris - where they did 2000's 'Brave New World - with their usual trusty producer Kevin 'Caveman' Shirley, and while it's been ready to go for a while, they held the project back a few months to allow Bruce to recover enough to join in the celebrations.
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The band's lead singer underwent a seven-week course of treatment after a cancerous growth was detected on his tongue during a routine check-up late in 2014.
Three months after revealing to the world that he was undergoing treatment for cancer, Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has announced that he has been given the all clear. Dickinson unveiled the happy news via a post on the band’s official website.
Having been diagnosed during a routine check-up in December last year, the seven-week course of radiotherapy and chemotherapy to eradicate a cancerous tumour on his tongue seems to have been successful.
Bruce Dickinson and his wife Paddy Bowden-Dickinson
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Iron Maiden's website announced that the singer had undergone treatment for a cancerous growth on his tongue during January and February.
Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of legendary British metal band Iron Maiden, has recently finished a seven week course of cancer treatment. According to a statement made via the band’s official website on Thursday, Dickinson was found to have a cancerous tumour at the back of his tongue.
The tumour was discovered during a routine medical check-up in December last year, and the singer completed the course of radiology and chemotherapy on Wednesday.
Dickinson performing at Download 2013
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