BLAZE BAYLEY Performs IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE Songs On 'Soundtracks Of My Life' DVD

BLAZE BAYLEY Performs IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE Songs On 'Soundtracks Of My Life' DVD

"Soundtracks Of My Life", the new DVD from British heavy metal vocalist Blaze Bayley (IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE), is available directly from the Blaze Bayley webshop.

During the 2014 "Soundtracks Of My Life" European tour — which saw Blaze play 33 gigs in 40 days in 15 countries celebrating his 30 years in the industry — Blaze and British metallers ABSOLVA recorded a live performance on April 9 at Rock Cafe in Prague, Czech Republic.

Says Blaze: "The DVD contains a selection of songs that are truly important to me. The two-hour setlist takes the viewer through my solo albums and features tracks from my time in IRON MAIDEN and WOLFSBANE."

A video contain clips from the DVD along with bonus footage from a 2011 show at DE-Rots in Belgium can be viewed below.

Speaking to GetYourRockOut at this past July's SOS Festival, Blaze stated about his work with MAIDEN: "People seem now a lot more interested in what I do and people view my period with IRON MAIDEN in a much different way than I think at the time… It's 20 years ago that I joined IRON MAIDEN and it's 30 years since I started singing, and all of these kind of anniversary dates have come together. And I think people take a fresh look at it now, and they go, 'Well, 'The X Factor' and 'Virtual XI' albums were the start of a different era of IRON MAIDEN.' And outside of the U.K., people are a lot more fond of those albums. So it's really interesting. And people know me, I think, as much in the U.K. for WOLFSBANE."

Bayley released a career-spanning double-disc collection, "Soundtracks Of My Life", on October 31, 2013.

The singer's latest studio album, "The King Of Metal", was released in March 2012. The CD was recorded at Fear Studio in Ravenna, Italy.

The 51-year-old Bayley, who was born in Birmingham, was the original frontman in WOLFSBANE, but left in 1994 to replace Bruce Dickinson as the lead singer of IRON MAIDEN.



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