IRON MAIDEN's Relationship With Sweden Subject Of New Book

October 7, 2004

According to a posting on The Bruce Dickinson Well Being Network web site, a unique IRON MAIDEN book that deals with MAIDEN and their gigs in Sweden was published last month. Entitled "Scream for Me, Sweden", the book contains features on the relationship between MAIDEN and Swedish media as well as anecdotes and never-before-seen photos of the band right from their first ever visit in 1980 up until 2003 and the "Dance of Death" tour. More information is available at (Swedish only).

In other news, another unique book dedicated entirely to Bruce Dickinson and his music, entitled "Tears of the Dragon", was published several years ago in Iran, featuring a Bruce biography and Bruce's lyrics, all in Farsi! This book may be very difficult to obtain but The Bruce Dickinson Well Being Network web site will be happy to relay any requests to the authors. Just send an e-mail to [email protected]. Click here for a scan of the book.

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