IRON MAIDEN: Special Collector's Issue Of Greek ROCK HARD Magazine Due This Week

Rock Hard Greece magazine will publish a special IRON MAIDEN collector's issue on August 30, just in time for the release of the new MAIDEN album, "A Matter of Life and Death". The magazine will contain 60 pages full of the IRON MAIDEN history, including great pictures, brand new interviews with Bruce Dickinson, Nicko McBrain and Janick Gers, comments by various magazine editors on the new album, IRON MAIDEN trivia, Eddie paintings and various other articles about one of the greatest heavy metal bands ever.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/rockhardgreece.

"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". The CD is scheduled for release in the U.S. on September 5 via Sanctuary Records.

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