Former IRON MAIDEN singer Paul Di'Anno's previously announced U.S. tour, which was originally scheduled to kick off in January and was then postponed until May/June, has once again been called off. According to Paul, the trek "is now being rescheduled to the later part of this year."In other news, fan-filmed video footage of Di'Anno performing a brand new song, "You've Been Kissed By The Wings Of An Angel Of Death", on March 24 at The Rock Temple in Kerkrade, The Netherlands can be seen below. Di'Anno completed his first North American tour in early 2010, 17 years after he was deported following a prison term for guns and drug offenses. On August 27, 2011, Di'Anno played his first show since serving time in a U.K. prison after he falsely collected U.K. government benefits by claiming he suffered nerve damage to his back that prevented him from working. Due to a number of health issues, including a knee problem which will require surgery soon, Di'Anno announced in July 2012 that he will stop touring next year. Michael Salenius, Di'Anno's Swedish booking manager and tour manager, told BLABBERMOUTH.NET that this year will be "a big, fantastic" last touring year for Paul, with a lot of solo shows, festival appearances and Di'Anno vs. Blaze Bayley concerts. You will also see various guest musicians joining Paul on stage. Di'Anno recorded two classic albums with IRON MAIDEN before being fired and replaced by Bruce Dickinson. He went on to front a number of other bands, including KILLERS and BATTLEZONE, and released several solo records.