IRON MAIDEN: 'Abbey Road' Performance To Air On Friday, Sneak Peek Available

IRON MAIDEN will appear on U.K. Channel 4's "Live From Abbey Road" on Friday, March 30 on More 4, repeated on the following Monday on Channel 4.

The last in the series, IRON MAIDEN's performance is a stunning finale to the groundbreaking show. Showcasing their new album with an incendiary performance of "Brighter Than A Thousand Suns" alongside the classic epic that is "Hallowed Be Thy Name", IRON MAIDEN show why they are one of the most popular live bands on the planet right now.

You can grab a sneak peek of "Hallowed Be Thy Name" in the "Footage" section of the Abbey Road web site.

More 4 is available in the U.K. on Sky (142), Cable (142) and Freeview (13).

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The program will air in North America on July 12 via the Sundance channel. More information will be made available soon.


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