"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 thatâ€™s despite being together for 36 years and selling 80 million albums.
Frontman Bruce Dickinson, 52, says: â€œWe try to keep things on an even keel. Being English we still have some reserve when weâ€™re communicating ideas to each other.â€
â€œIf we hugged each other weâ€™d have to go straight into rehab.â€ The singer believes Maiden will make â€œat least one more albumâ€ to follow last yearâ€™s chart-topping 15th record The Final Frontier.
Read the entire interview here.