CD Review: Iron Maiden "The Book of Souls" - BassPlayer.com

CD Review: Iron Maiden "The Book of Souls"

Metal legend Steve Harris and his hard-hitting compatriots have returned with their 16th album, which boasts a whopping 92 minutes of fast shredders and slow burners.
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Metal legend Steve Harris and his hard-hitting compatriots have returned with their 16th album, which boasts a whopping 92 minutes of fast shredders and slow burners. Harris takes center stage on “The Red and the Black,” and his twisting riffs rule on “The Book of Souls.” Fans of Harris and Maiden will find this album a testament to everything good about the band, including the conscious decision to not overproduce any of its elements.

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