Iron Maiden Announce New Album, ‘Senjutsu’


SPAIN – NOVEMBER 02: PALACIO VISTALEGRE Photo of Janick GERS and IRON MAIDEN and Steve HARRIS and Dave MURRAY and Bruce DICKINSON and Adrian SMITH and Nicko McBRAIN, L-R: Dave Murray, Janick Gers, Steve Harris, Bruce Dickinson, Nicko McBrain, Adrian Smith – posed, group shot at end of concert, front of stage with audience in arena visible behind (Photo by Mick Hutson/Redferns).


After releasing their first new song in six years last week, Iron Maiden will return with a whole new album this fall. On Monday, the band announced their 17th studio album, Senjutsu.  The double-length album includes 10 tracks, some of which “sound pretty different to our usual style”, according to frontman Bruce Dickinson.

Last week, Iron Maiden released “The Writing On The Wall” along with an epic animated music video featuring their mascot Eddie as a fireball-slinging samurai.

Senjutsu will be out September 3rd.

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