“They’re kind of like plywood and they all stick together”



Iron maiden singer Bruce dickinson sent his respects to fans in his band and described them as plywood that gets a new coat every year and sticks together.

Bruce dickinson has been a member of Iron Maiden for over three decades. At first he had joined the group in 1981 after Iron maiden separates from his third singer Paul Di’Anno. He rocked the stage with them until he left the group in 1993 to focus his solo career when tensions grew. In 1999, he joined the group and is part of it.

Since returning to Young lady, Dickinson contributed to all elements of the group starting with the group’s third studio album released in 1982, named The number of beasts, at the latest Senjutsu, except for the years 1995 The X factor and the years 1998 Virtual XI. These two albums were released by Paul Di’Anno at the time.

However, recently Bruce dickinson once again shared his honest opinion on Iron maiden Fans. To say that there are individuals Iron maiden fan in their community, Dickinson added that they have all kinds of nuances of opinion. He also went on to say that they all gather around the Iron maiden cycle.

“I can’t speak for every Iron Maiden fan, obviously, and I can’t imagine what each of them thinks individually and what kind of nuance they take from what we do.” Dickinson said. “Because I think people get different things from different parts of what we do.

So some fans are going to really focus on certain songs. Some of the kinds of rhythmic things that we do, some people will be big fans of; some people will be big fans of Adrian’s guitar; some people will be vociferous so they will follow some of my solo stuff.

“You’ve got all kinds of shades of opinion, but they all come together around a central core, which is, ‘Yeah, that’s Iron Maiden, stupid’. That’s it.”

Bruce adds that Iron Maiden fans are a lot like plywood

Later then, Bruce admitted he is thinking of Iron maiden fans they are made of plywood, which gets a new layer every year and sticks together. Revealing that there are fans whose debut album was the band’s sixteenth The book of souls, Dickinson added that Iron maiden has different fans from each generation.

“I would say Iron Maiden fans are kind of like plywood – we get a new layer every year, and they all stick together, so ultimately we get a table that is about ten feet thick,” he continues. .

“And people are wondering, ‘How did you end up with a table ten feet thick? I said, ‘We never lost a diaper. “

“And, of course, we have people who started in 1983, 1984, and we have people who started in 2000, 2005, 2015 – generations and generations.

“The people whose debut album was ‘The Book Of Souls’. And then they said, ‘Ah, I love this band.’ The Book of Souls ‘. Cool. Yeah yeah yeah.’ ‘Oh my God.

“They made another bunch of albums. What is that thing ? ‘The number of the beast’. I’ve never heard of it. Oh it’s cool.’ And you go back and you have the chance to rediscover the whole discography. “

Back in November 2021, Bruce dickinson had commented on what Iron Maiden fans say whenever they listen to Senjutsu, which is the group’s seventeenth and final album. He also admitted that taking the album on the road was exciting for them.

“When they hear this album, people are going to say, ‘Fuck me!'” Dickinson said.

“Every song is Maiden at the top of our game. Every song could be a live favorite. We haven’t played a Maiden album from start to finish since ‘A Matter Of Life And Death’, but this album is so good that it deserves to be played in its entirety.

“Obviously we haven’t finished the Legacy tour yet, but the idea of ​​taking this album on the road is exciting for all of us,” he admits. “Making him come alive on stage, with all his changes of time and tone and mood, is going to be a challenge.

“But if I hadn’t enjoyed the challenges, I wouldn’t have joined this group in the first place. No one softens with age.

“We’re all committed to this project, and getting the world back after it’s all on hiatus is going to be quite an adventure. We look forward to seeing you there. “


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