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Iron Maiden Killers Cloth Patch
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Iron Maiden Killers Cloth Patch
Iron Maiden The Book of Souls Patch
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Iron Maiden The Book of Souls Patch
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind Cloth Patch
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Iron Maiden Piece of Mind Cloth Patch
Iron Maiden The Trooper Onesie
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Iron Maiden The Trooper Onesie - Keep your babies and infants looking as metal as possible with this Iron Maiden Onesie! - The Iron Maiden Trooper Onesie features the Invasion of Rarities album art with the iconic Eddie the Trooper. - Make sure to start them off young in this metal band onesie! If you liked this onesie, check out the Motorhead Onesie !
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Vans Iron Maiden The Number of The Beast Sk8 Hi - Pay homage to Iron Maiden's iconic album "The Number of The Beast" with the limited edition emblazoned iconic Eddie cover art from the album and an embroidered Iron Maiden logo on the heel of these Vans Iron Maiden The Number of The Beast Sk8 Hi. - These Vans x Iron Maiden collection skate shoes are discontinued and are a rare set of skate shoes, good luck finding a clean pair of this Vans Iron Maiden The Number of The Beast Sk8 Hi. - Each skate shoe from the Vans x Iron Maiden collaboration are collectibles, with a unique limited edition print along with a limited edition The Number of The Beast Sk8 Hi shoe box. - We could tell you the whole history of why Vans shoes have become a skate shoe legend, but we'll let the comfort tell the story. - The Number of The Beast Sk8 Hi is crafted with a soft footbed, double-stitched vamp, padded tongue and lining, and Vans signature waffle sole. Vans The Number of The Beast Sk8 Hi Shoe Details: -Part of the Vans x Iron Maiden Collection -Canvas upper w/ print featuring iconic Eddie cover art -Vulcanized outsole for added board feel -OrthoLite insoles for comfort -Classic Vans waffle sole -Padded high top collar If you're a big fan of these Iron Maiden The Number of The Beast Sk8 Hi shoes, then check out The Number of The Beast Classic Slip Ons ! Vans x Iron Maiden To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the classic metal album The Number of The Beast, Vans and the infamous band, Iron Maiden, have collaborated once again on the shoe familiar to anyone who's heard of vans, the SK8-Hi and Classic Slip-Ons. Each Iron Maiden collection shoe comes complete with album artwork on their canvas uppers along with everything characteristically recognizable about the classic SK8-Hi including its vulcanized soles, classic Vans waffle sole, and thinly padded collars and tongues For this collection, Vans and Iron Maiden greatly anticipate to deliver an instant classic to metal fans with the Vans x Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast Classic Slip-On and Sk8-Hi shoes. Each shoe comes emblazoned with the iconic Eddie cover art from the album and an embroidered Iron Maiden logo on the heel. Among the most popular Vans band collaborations to date, Vans and Iron Maiden have previously created four other projects saluting other essential Maiden albums: Killers (2007), Piece of Mind (2007), Powerslave (2008) and Trooper (2008). The third studio album from Iron Maiden, The Number of the Beast was a seminal album for heavy metal and a pivotal point for the band, becoming their first record to reach the number one spot on the UK albums charts and securing them a platinum record in the U.S. The album produced such hits as “Run to the Hills” and “The Number of the Beast.” This album was also the centre of controversy, particularly in the United States, due to the lyrics of the title track and the cover art depicting Eddie controlling Satan like a puppet, while Satan is also controlling a smaller Eddie. Smallwood explains that the concept was to ask "who's the really evil one here? Who's manipulating who?" According to Riggs this was inspired by a Doctor Strange comic book "which had some big villain with Doctor Strange dangling on some strings like a puppet, it was something I read as a child back in the 1960s I think", while the images of hell were "taken from my knowledge of medieval European Christian art which was full of such scenes."
The Number of The Beast T-Shirt
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The Number of The Beast T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden The Number of The Beast T-Shirt features the iconic The Number of the Beast album artwork. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This The Number of The Beast T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This The Number of The Beast T-Shirt is made in a black cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this The Number of The Beast T-Shirt out and show your love for Iron Maiden and the legendary The Number of the Beast album! If you liked this The Number of The Beast T-Shirt, check out the Iron Maiden Killers Shirt ! Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."
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Iron Maiden Killers Patch
Iron Maiden 666 Embroidered Patch
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Iron Maiden 666 Embroidered Patch About Iron Maiden Of the band and Iron Maiden 666 Embroidered Patch heavy metal origins, Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal band formed in Leyton, East London, in 1975 by bassist and primary songwriter Steve Harris. While fluid in the early years of the band, the lineup for most of the band's history has consisted of Harris, lead vocalist Bruce Dickinson, drummer Nicko McBrain, and guitarists Dave Murray, Adrian Smith and Janick Gers. The band have released 41 albums, including 17 studio albums, 13 live albums, four EPs and seven compilations. They have also released 47 singles and 20 video albums. Two electronic games have been released with Iron Maiden soundtracks, and the band's music is featured in a number of other video games. As pioneers of the new wave of British heavy metal movement, Iron Maiden achieved initial success during the early 1980s. After several lineup changes, the band went on to release a series of UK and US Platinum and Gold albums, including 1980's eponymous debut album, 1981's Killers, 1982's The Number of the Beast, 1983's Piece of Mind, 1984's Powerslave, 1985's live release Live After Death, 1986's Somewhere in Time, 1988's Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, 1990's No Prayer for the Dying and 1992's Fear of the Dark. In 1982, the band released The Number of the Beast – its first album with Bruce Dickinson, who replaced Paul Di'Anno as lead singer – which was a turning point in their career, helping establish them as one of heavy metal's most important artists. The Number of the Beast is among the most popular heavy metal albums of all time, having sold almost 20 million copies worldwide.
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Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt features the iconic Killers album artwork. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt is made in a black cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt out and show your love for Iron Maiden and the legendary Killers album! If you liked this Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt, check out the Iron Maiden Piece of Mind Shirt ! Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."
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Iron Maiden Killers Back Patch - The legendary Iron Maiden Killers now available to wear on your back! - This high-quality embroidered sew-on back patch looks fantastic on any clothing or accessory, accentuating your style and personality. If you like this back patch, check out this Obituary Skulls Back Patch !
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Iron Maiden Trooper Flags T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden Trooper Flags T-Shirt features the iconic Eddie the Trooper with behind crossed flags. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This Iron Maiden Trooper Flags T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This Iron Maiden Trooper Flags T-Shirt is made in a black cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this Iron Maiden Trooper Flags T-Shirt out and show your love for Iron Maiden and the Trooper! If you liked this Iron Maiden Trooper Flags T-Shirt, check out the Iron Maiden Trooper Shirt ! Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."
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Iron Maiden Trooper Circle Natural T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden Trooper Circle Natural T-Shirt features the Invasion of Rarities album art with the iconic Eddie the Trooper. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This Iron Maiden Trooper Circle Natural T-Shirt is made in 100% cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt out and show your love for Iron Maiden and The Trooper! If you liked this Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt, check out the Slayer Reign in Blood Shirt ! Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."
Iron Maiden Number of The Beast T-Shirt
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Iron Maiden First Album T-Shirt
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Iron Maiden First Album T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden First Album T-Shirt features the First Album artwork with their iconic mascot Eddie. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This Iron Maiden T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This Iron Maiden First Album T-Shirt is made in a black cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this Iron Maiden Shirt out and show your love for the English metal band and their legendary debut studio album! If you liked this First Album T-Shirt, check out the Iron Maiden Piece of Mind Shirt ! About Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."
Iron Maiden Claw T-Shirt
Iron Maiden Claw T-Shirt from $24.99
Iron Maiden Claw T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden Claw T-Shirt features the iconic Iron Maiden Eddie mascot. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This Iron Maiden Eddie T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This Iron Maiden Claw T-Shirt is made in a black cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this Iron Maiden T-Shirt out and show your love for Iron Maiden and Eddie! If you liked this Iron Maiden T-Shirt, check out the Iron Maiden Piece of Mind Shirt ! About Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."
Iron Maiden Red And White Killers T-Shirt
Iron Maiden Red And White Killers T-Shirt from $24.99
Iron Maiden Red And White Killers T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden Red And White Killers T-Shirt features the iconic Killers album artwork. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This Iron Maiden Red And White Killers T-Shirt is made in a black cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt out and show your love for Iron Maiden and the legendary Killers album! If you liked this Iron Maiden Killers T-Shirt, check out the Iron Maiden Piece of Mind Shirt ! About Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."
Iron Maiden Senjutsu Archer T-Shirt
Iron Maiden Senjutsu Archer T-Shirt from $20.99
Iron Maiden Senjutsu Archer T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden The Number of The Beast T-Shirt features the iconic Senjutsu album artwork. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This Iron Maiden Senjutsu Archer T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This Iron Maiden Senjutsu Archer T-Shirt is made in a black cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this The Number of The Beast T-Shirt out and show your love for Iron Maiden and their newest Senjutsu album! If you liked this Iron Maiden Senjutsu Archer T-Shirt check out the Iron Maiden Killers Shirt ! Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."
Iron Maiden Maiden Japan Action Figure Iron Maiden Maiden Japan Action Figure by Super7
Iron Maiden Maiden Japan Action Figure by Super7 $20.99
Iron Maiden Maiden Japan Action Figure - An official Super7 x Iron Maiden collaboration with heavy metal legends Iron Maiden continues! - Eddie replicates his look from the 1981 record cover including vac metal samurai sword with packaging inspired by the record cover down to the OBI strip! - Maiden Japan Action Figure comes armed with a samurai sword. - These figures commemorate the iconic 3¾ action figure of our childhood that allowed our imagination to go all in on our daily adventures. - Get these collectible figures to fulfill the wishes we had as children while growing up! Check out the Iron Maiden Trooper Figurine !
Killers Eddie Action Figure Iron Maiden Killers Eddie Action Figure by Super7
Iron Maiden Killers Eddie Action Figure by Super7 $20.99
Iron Maiden Killers Eddie Action Figure - "He sneaks up behind you... His eyes burn a hole in your back..." An official Super7 x Iron Maiden collaboration! - Maiden's iconic mascot Eddie comes to life as a 3.75-inch ReAction figure. - Killers Eddie Action Figure comes armed with an axe accessory. - These figures commemorate the iconic 3¾ action figure of our childhood that allowed our imagination to go all in on our daily adventures. - Get these collectible figures to fulfill the wishes we had as children while growing up! Check out the Iron Maiden Trooper Figurine !
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast Action Figure Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast Action Figure by Super7
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast Action Figure by Super7 $20.99
The Number of the Beast Action Figure - "For The Devil sends The Beast with wrath because he knows the time is short..." The official Super7 x Iron Maiden collaboration! - The Beast comes with a separate pitchfork accessory. - These figures commemorate the iconic 3¾ action figure of our childhood that allowed our imagination to go all in on our daily adventures. - Get these collectible figures to fulfill the wishes we had as children while growing up! Check out the Misfits Legacy of Brutality Fiend Figurine !
Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt
Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt from $20.99
Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt - The Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt features the Invasion of Rarities album art with the iconic Eddie the Trooper. - Once in a while, an image comes along that represents a timeless logo in rock history. This Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt image features one of 'em. - This Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt is made in a black cotton with a slim fit for a perfect wear out for any place. - Wear this Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt out and show your love for Iron Maiden and The Trooper! If you liked this Iron Maiden Trooper T-Shirt, check out the Slayer Reign in Blood Shirt ! Iron Maiden Iron Maiden was formed on Christmas Day, 25 December 1975 by bassist Steve Harris shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. Harris attributed the band's name to a film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, the title of which reminded him of the iron maiden torture device. After months of rehearsal, Iron Maiden made their debut at St. Nicks Hall in Poplar on 1 May 1976, before taking up a semi-residency at the Cart and Horses Pub in Maryland, Stratford. The original line-up was short-lived, with vocalist Paul Day being the first casualty as, according to Harris, he lacked "energy or charisma on stage". He was replaced by Dennis Wilcock, a Kiss fan who used make-up and fake blood during live performances. Wilcock's friend, Dave Murray, was invited to join, much to the dismay of the band's guitarists Dave Sullivan and Terry Rance. Their frustration led Harris to temporarily disband Iron Maiden in 1976, though the group reformed soon after with Murray as the sole guitarist. Harris and Murray remain the band's longest-standing members and have performed on all of their releases. Iron Maiden's mascot, Eddie, is a perennial fixture in the band's science fiction and horror-influenced album cover art, as well as in live shows. Originally a paper-mâché mask incorporated in their backdrop which would squirt fake blood during their live shows, the name would be transferred to the character featured in the band's debut album cover, created by Derek Riggs. Eddie was painted exclusively by Riggs until 1992, at which point the band began using artwork from numerous other artists as well, including Melvyn Grant. Eddie is also featured in the band's first-person shooter video game, Ed Hunter, as well as their mobile role-playing game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, in addition to numerous T-shirts, posters and other band-related merchandise. In 2008, he was awarded the "Icon Award" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, while Gibson.com describes him as "the most recognizable metal icon in the world and one of the most versatile too". M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold stated that Iron Maiden "is by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless", while Trivium singer Matt Heafy comments that "without Iron Maiden, Trivium surely wouldn't exist". Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that: "Steve Harris does more with four fingers than I've ever seen anybody do. And Bruce Dickinson? Dude! To me, he was the quintessential old-school heavy metal singer. He could hit notes that were just sick, and he was a great showman. Everything made me a fan. And there wasn't a dude that I hung out with that wasn't trying to draw Eddie on their schoolbooks", while their music also helped Jesper Strömblad of In Flames to pioneer the melodic death metal genre, stating that he had wanted to combine death metal with Iron Maiden's melodic guitar sounds. The band's guitarists, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers, each have their own individual influences and playing style. Dave Murray is known for his legato technique which, he claims, "evolved naturally. I'd heard Jimi Hendrix using legato when I was growing up, and I liked that style of playing."

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