IRON MAIDEN's 'Book of Souls' Tour Chronicled On Upcoming 'Live' Release

CD, Vinyl, & Film set for November release...

September 20, 2017

Walter Arce | Dreamstime

IRON MAIDEN's most recent 'Book of Souls' Tour saw the veteran Hard Rock band travel to more than 39 countries in 6 continents, and play to more than 2 million fans... Now, ALL Maiden Fans will get to enjoy an upcoming 'live' set from the band that chronicles their 2016-17 international trek, and it will be available starting November 17th. Titled 'Book of Souls-Live Chapter,' the set closely mirrors the band's setlist from the tour, and spotlights about a half-dozen songs from the 2015 'Book of Souls' album, augmented by a number of IRON MAIDEN classics that represent highlights of their long and successful career. (check the full track listing below) IRON MAIDEN Bassist (and co-producer of the new live set) STEVE HARRIS commented, “We spent a huge amount of time working on this, as I wanted to get it as close to the Maiden live experience as I possibly could and to represent our fans from different parts of the world." The concert recording will be available on CD and vinyl, and in an interesting 'departure' from the usual accompanying DVD or Blu-Ray release, the band has opted to NOT issue either, but rather will make the concert film available to 'stream' on-line (FREE!) or for digital download! Rock On!

Iron Maiden ‘Book of Souls: Live Chapter’ Track Listing
1. “If Eternity Should Fail” – Sydney, Australia
2. “Speed of Light” – Cape Town, South Africa
3. “Wrathchild” – Dublin, Ireland
4. “Children of the Damned” – Montreal, Canada
5. “Death or Glory” – Wroclaw, Poland
6. “The Red and the Black” – Tokyo, Japan
7. “The Trooper” – San Salvador, El Salvador
8. “Powerslave” – Trieste, Italy
9. “The Great Unknown” – Newcastle, UK
10. “The Book of Souls” – Donington, UK
11. “Fear of the Dark” – Fortaleza, Brazil
12. “Iron Maiden” – Buenos Aires, Argentina
13. “Number of the Beast” – Wacken, Germany
14. “Blood Brothers” – Donington, UK
15. “Wasted Years” – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil