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Blaze Bayley on stage at Burr Fest 2020

Now in it’s fourth year, Burr Fest returned to The Dome in Tufnell Park for a packed night celebrating the best of NWOBHM and all for a great charity cause. The event was sold out, with old-school metalheads having come far and wide to enjoy what often feels like an extended …

The 2020 edition of Burr Fest, the annual charity event held in memory of former Iron Maiden drummer Clive Burr, will take place at The Dome at London’s Tufnell Park this Saturday, 7th March 2019, and will be headlined by Blaze Bayley. Bayley spent five years as vocalist for Iron Maiden, releasing the …

It may be twenty-one years since he departed Iron Maiden, but the appointment of Blaze Bayley as lead singer in 1994 still divides opinion amongst pockets of the bands hardcore fans. But whatever side of the fence you’re on, the fact remains he will always be a hugely important figure …

Blaze Bayley has had a remarkable career and a remarkable life and we caught up with him in the Underworld before the 64th gig of his current tour for what was supposed to be a twenty minute chat about his career, past, present and future but due to Blaze’s infectious …

Blaze Bayley and his touring band, Absolva members Chris Appleton, Karl Schramm and Martin McNee, stormed into London on Saturday night to play the 64th gig of their mammoth European tour in support of new album ‘Infinite Entanglement’ and put on an absolutely magnificent performance. Steve Göldby: Photos by Ranjit …

Tamworth terrors Wolfsbane return to Glasgow on the ninth date of an eleven date UK tour, ostensibly to plug the release of their new album ‘The Lost Tapes’ (reviewed by MetalTalk here) but also, I suspect, to make a freezing cold Friday October night in Glasgow so much more bearable! …

Wolfsbane are the either one of two things to you – that annoying band who seemed to be in every Metal magazine going in the early 1990s, or a fantastic band who never really got the credit they deserved during their career. Me? I’m safely in the latter camp and …