Paul Di'anno Sets Release Date For New Album
Band Photo: Iron Maiden (?)
Paul Di'anno has set the release date for his new album "The Living Dead" for May 16, 2006 via Magick Records. On The Living Dead, Dianno delivers a powerful vocal performance over classic metal bombast, a long-overdue comeback that will surely please old school metal fans as well as show the current generation exactly why they're wearing vintage Maiden jerseys.
The tracklisting is as follows:
The Living Dead
Mad Man In The Attic
Brothers of The Tomb
Do Or Die
Symphony of Destruction
Phantom of the Opera
The bonus DVD contains the music video of The Living Dead and an exclusive in-depth, tell all interview of Paul discussing his storied days with Iron Maiden.
After putting Iron Maiden on the map as the vocalist on the band's first two releases, (Iron Maiden and Killers) front man Paul Dianno went on to front several bands including Gogmagog, Battlezone and Killers. Overall, the vocalist has been featured on over 60 albums released world-wide.
Dianno is constantly touring throughout all of Europe, Canada, South America and just recently in India where he landed his first film role in a Bollywood movie. Dianno has even found time to pen his first full sized book, an autobiography entitled The Beast which is a no holds barred journey through his turbulent and often disturbing lifestyle throughout the last two decades, including his incarceration in the Los Angeles Prison System and being barred from the U.S.A.
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