Iron Maiden are planning to enter the studio to record a new album, according to a new interview with Bruce Dickenson.
In the same interview, Bruce Dickenson told the story of how he went from being homeless with only £10 ($15) to singing with Iron Maiden as a career. Walking around with only a suitcase and looking for a bench to sleep on, Bruce decided to spend the last of his money on a few beers at a rock club:
"I ran right into an old friend that I have been playing in a band with," said Bruce (via a translation from the original Swedish article.) "After living with him for a week, I ran into a couple of other buddies and then floated on like that until I started singing in Iron Maiden."
"What then seemed to be an almost insignificant decision turned out, in retrospect, to be a real milestone. You have to take risks in order to take responsibility for their lives and do not get caught in hopeless situations."
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