The Final Frontier - Iron Maiden Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Iron Maiden / CD / Audio CD released 2010-08-16 at EMI Records
Newest Review: ... good guitar breaks and the unmistakable air-raid siren vocals and triple guitar sound that define Iron Maiden. This ... more
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Iron Maiden: The Final Frontier
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Customer The Final Frontier - Iron Maiden Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/11/11 (Very useful, 11 readings)
The Final Frontier is Iron Maiden's 15th studio offering and twists through a maelstrom of classic Maiden power and prog rock. This is encapsulated in the opening track, where we meander through a four-minute proggy intro before being hit round the head with a classic slice of rock with all the hallmarks of Maiden. We have Bruce Dickinson's endearingly earnest-yet-silly lyrics about being lost in space, some good guitar breaks and the unmistakable air-raid siren vocals and triple guitar sound that define Iron Maiden. This continues into the second track 'El Dorado'. It was here I realised Bruce's range isn't quite what it once was, which made me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/10 (Very useful, 10 readings)
4 years after the pretty controversial A Matter of Life and Death, Iron Maiden come back with this album. It's important to stress that after their reunion with Bruce Dickinson the band has been opting for a stylistic shift that tends to deliver longer compositions that lean towards and epic prog kind of metal. This, as any other change in rock and roll, has been received with some sort of diffidence. The Final Frontier honestly seems to continue on their new path with what we could define as the "new-millennium" trademark sound for Iron Maiden. The new album presents a less "dark" sound and has Bruce Dikinson talk with drums in the ... Read the complete review
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