Paul Di’Anno, back to the early days

Home Uncle Paul, or rather the wheels of his wheelchair, graced the stage of the legendary Cart and Horses. The place that, along with the legendary Ruskin’s Arms, witnessed the early steps of the band before they became a metal legend, was the stage for an exciting evening of déjà vu. Closing your eyes, it’s […]

Live after death vs. Rock in Rio – Fans Debate

Home There has been a lot of talk about Iron Maiden, one of the most influential bands in the history of rock, who are thrilling fans with another massive tour, “The Future Past,” where the band seems to disregard their age. The recent performances have been so full of energy and quality that fans are […]

Not “Somewhere”, but “Always”

Home Many of you have asked me what I think of the new show that the almost fifty-year-old Iron Maiden inaugurated on May 28th in Ljubljana. I believe it is pointless to dwell too much on the setlist itself, or the stage setups (in which Iron Maiden excel, regardless): everyone will have formed their own […]

From 1980 to Senjutsu.

Just a little thought, just a reflection on what’s going on in these weeks following the release of Senjutsu, the latest effort by our legendary heroes. In the age of social networks, it is as easy as inevitable to read anything and everything about the release of a new album, and when it comes to […]

How the italian Loopyworld was born

While I was conducting the researches for my novel, “Eddie must Die“, I needed to know some more detail about logistics and stage set for Iron Maiden, and on this purpose I emailed their management in London, asking to be put in touch with a member of staff. As it was predictable, they politely fucked […]