The official IRON MAIDEN fan club, IMOC (Iron Maiden Online Club), has just announced the world premiere of the band's highly anticipated new song "Different World", from their upcoming album "A Matter of Life and Death".
The statement reads from IMOC reads as follows: "You need to be at your computer, logged in to the IMOC with your speakers turned up at 10:00 p.m. tonight (U.K. time) 'cos the IMOC are going to be the first people to hear 'Different World', the opening track from the new album.
"No clips. No voiceovers. Just 4 minutes and 17 seconds of pure MAIDEN. I'm sure you'll enjoy it!"
As previously reported, IRON MAIDEN's video for their new single, "The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg", has been made available for streaming at YouTube.com.
"A Matter of Life and Death" was recorded at Sarm West Studios in London with producer Kevin Shirley, who also worked on the last two MAIDEN albums, 2000's "Brave New World" and 2003's "Dance of Death".
"A Matter of Life And Death" is scheduled for release on September 5 via Sanctuary Records.
(Thanks: Maiden Norway)
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