"Expect At Least One More Album"Kim Dawson The Daily Star recently talked to Bruce Dickinson about Iron Maiden and its future:
Heavy metal legends Iron Maiden say they are hopeless at communicating with each other.
And that’s despite being together for 36 years and selling 80 million albums.
Frontman Bruce Dickinson, 52, says: “We try to keep things on an even keel. Being English we still have some reserve when we’re communicating ideas to each other.”
“If we hugged each other we’d have to go straight into rehab.” The singer believes Maiden will make “at least one more album” to follow last year’s chart-topping 15th record The Final Frontier.
Read the entire interview here.