Former IRON MAIDEN Singer PAUL DI'ANNO Has To Wait Six More Months For Knee Operation

Former IRON MAIDEN Singer PAUL DI'ANNO Has To Wait Six More Months For Knee Operation

On August 6, former IRON MAIDEN singer Paul Di'Anno was interviewed on CM TV in Argentina. You can now watch the chat below.

Speaking about his health, Di'Anno said: "Unfortunately, I have these injuries now, so I cannot stand up on stage; I have to sit to sing. But it's worked in Wacken [at the Wacken Open Air festival], and everywhere in Brazil. I think the fans don't give a shit to see me; they just wanna hear me sing. So maybe six months I have to do this before the [knee] operation. I still wanna play, so I sit down and sing."

Di'Anno recorded two classic albums with IRON MAIDEN before being replaced by Bruce Dickinson. He went on to front a number of other bands, including KILLERS and BATTLEZONE, and released several solo records.

ARCHITECTS OF CHAOZ, the new band featuring Di'Anno alongside members of Paul's longtime German touring backing group THE PHANTOMZ, released its debut album, "The League Of Shadows", in North America on July 24 via Metalville Records.

Live in Sweden 2015:

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