More Photos Of IRON MAIDEN Plane Posted Online

IRON MAIDEN's official web site has been updated with the following message:

"It was always slightly less nerdy than train-spotting, but now plane spotting just became pretty damn cool.

"The MAIDEN plane (as yet un-named of course!) is out of the paint shop and currently in service with Astraeus, flying from Gatwick and around Africa and the Middle East!

"The plane still needs its name, and maybe a little more artwork, but other than that everything's ready to go and MAIDEN depart the UK on January 30 — more details to come.

"For fans who want to catch a look at the plane, we'll post arrival and departure times on the web once the tour kicks off.

"Check out these pics and excuse the miserable British weather!"

More photos of the IRON MAIDEN plane:

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On February 5, 2008 MAIDEN will release the highly anticipated DVD of "Live after Death" and to tie in with this will play songs mainly from their classic '80s albums on this forthcoming tour. The stage production will also feature a production-based on the Egyptian-themed "Powerslave Tour" which was featured on the original 1985 video release of "Live after Death".

A preview of the "Live After Death" DVD, the legendary recording of IRON MAIDEN's four-night stand at Long Beach Arena, California in 1984, is available below.

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