IRON MAIDEN To Play Greece In March

According to, British metal giants IRON MAIDEN will play a headlining show in Athens, Greece on Sunday, March 11. The concert is part of the band's world tour in support of their latest album, "A Matter of Life and Death", which was released last September.

The show will take place at the Pavilion Stadium of Tae Kwon Do in Faliro. The ticket price is 55 euros (before the show) and 60 euros (day of the show) and the venue's doors will open at 6:30 p.m.

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IRON MAIDEN's latest live DVD, "Death on the Road", will finally receive a much-deserved U.S. release on January 30. Filmed at the Westenfalenhalle Arena in Dortmund, Germany, the performance was personally edited by founding member/bassist Steve Harris, to fully capture the magnificent stage production and to cut right to the heart and the electricity of the band's performance.

Since the taping of "Death on the Road", IRON MAIDEN has issued the critically heralded "A Matter of Life and Death" album, which has sold 153,000 copies in the United States since its Sept. 5 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Up next for the group is a headlining spot at the Dubai (United Arab Emirates) Desert Rock Festival on March 9, which will see IRON MAIDEN joined by the likes of THE PRODIGY, STONE SOUR, IN FLAMES, MASTODON, CHILDREN OF BODOM, LAUREN HARRIS and JUNKYARD GROOVE.


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