Iron Maiden To Release New Live Album And DVD

Iron Maiden will release a new live set this spring.

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Iron Maiden will release a new live set this spring.

"En Vivo!" was filmed on April 10, 2011 in front of over 50,000 ecstatic fans at the Estadio Nacional, Santiago during the Round The World In 66 Days leg of The Final Frontier World Tour.

Due March 26 (March 27 in North America), the package captures a magnificent performance by the band, ardently embraced by the legendary Latino passion and energy of their Chilean fans. With spectacular stage backdrops, dynamic musicianship and a literally jaw-dropping appearance by Eddie, this live show encapsulates to perfection the heart and soul of Iron Maiden 2011.

"For 'The Final Frontier Tour', it was really important to me that we filmed in South America as we're always so overwhelmed by the fans' reaction when we go to that part of the world, and I wanted to reflect that in the filming," says Maiden bassist Steve Harris. "After much consideration, we chose the Santiago show as we felt it was one of our best performances of the entire Tour, and to play at the prestigious Estadio Nacional was a landmark moment for us. For reasons known to our fans, it took a long time before we got to play our first show in Chile, and once we did get to play a show, the response was so phenomenal we just had to keep coming back and it's got better and better each time!"

"This show also features the gigantic new Eddie," Harris continues. 'He wasn't due to make his appearance until our European leg of the tour later in 2011, but we managed to transport him across the sea in a special huge container just in time for the latter end of the South American dates so it was great we were able to immortalize him for the DVD as he really has to be seen to be believed!"

The concert was filmed digitally using 22 HD cameras and an octocam (a flying camera which captures aerial crowd scenes), recorded in both stereo and 5.1 audio and mixed by Maiden's longstanding producer Kevin "Caveman" Shirley.

DVD Disc Two is a Bonus Disc containing an 88-minute documentary, "Behind The Beast". This is also an entirely in-house production by Maiden's own Krew, led by Andy Matthews, and is intended as an interesting and revealing high quality "home movie" for their fans of how to put on an Iron Maiden tour and what goes on behind the scenes at a show.

The bonus disc also contains an extended version of the promo video "Satellite 15...The Final Frontier", a video about the making of "Satellite 15...The Final Frontier" plus the opening video sequence to The Final Frontier World Tour.

In addition to the Blu-Ray, the 2DVD will initially be available as a Limited Edition double DVD in Collectors Steel book case and Double Vinyl Picture Disc. As well as a traditional 2CD Soundtrack album, EN VIVO! will also be available as a Digital Download, CD soundtrack album and Digital Download Video.

Maiden's "Final Frontier World Tour 2010-11" saw the band circumnavigating the planet for the third time in their customized Boeing 757, Ed Force One, piloted by lead singer Bruce Dickinson, and playing 98 shows in 36 countries to over 2 million fans.

DVD Disc One "Live At Estadio Nacional, Santiago" (approx running time 120 mins)

01. Satellite 15 02. The Final Frontier 03. El Dorado 04. 2 Minutes To Midnight 05. The Talisman 06. Coming Home 07. Dance Of Death 08. The Trooper 09. The Wicker Man 10. Blood Brothers 11. When The Wild Wind Blows 12. The Evil That Men Do 13. Fear Of The Dark 14. Iron Maiden 15. The Number Of The Beast 16. Hallowed Be Thy Name 17. Running Free

Bonus Disc - DVD Disc Two "Behind The Beast" (approx running time 102 mins)

01. Behind The Beast documentary 02. Satellite 15...The Final Frontier promo video (director's cut) 03. The Making of Satellite 15...The Final Frontier promo 04. The Final Frontier World Tour Show Intro

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13 comments sorted by best / new / date

    Too bad we are still waiting on the live stuff from the matter of life and death tour.
    Really pumped, Maiden is what got me into metal and they always have great live shows.
    Face R1pper wrote: I guess its good to see this because they didn't play any of The Final Frontier songs in America, but we really don't need another one of these, where's the History of Iron Maiden Part 3?
    Wrong. Saw Maiden on 20 July 2010 in Virgina, they totally played El Dorado. And it's definitely better live.
    its cool that there still releasing stuff and going on tour i thought they had broken up or retired or something
    I love Maiden but I hope Steve Harris has been kept away from the editing room for this dvd. I get a headache from watching the fast-edit Maiden stuff.
    Im so tired of bands only releasing live DVD from south america... cmon not only great fans there
    When I saw them play at Soundwave it was the exact same setlist, the same set for the whole 2011 tour.
    They promised argentina AND chile now is just chile, we always show our love for them every show they come. You know what? Fuck you maiden. Att: An argentinian Fan.