MAIDEN UNITED: Cover Version Of IRON MAIDEN's 'Still Life' Available For Streaming
June 2, 2015
MAIDEN UNITED, the acoustic IRON MAIDEN tribute project featuring Damian Wilson (THRESHOLD, HEADSPACE) and Ruud Jolie (WITHIN TEMPTATION),released its latest album, "Remembrance", on May 22 on CD, red 12-inch vinyl and as a digital download.
The cover artwork for the album can be seen below.
"Remembrance" track listing:
01. Strange World 02. Charlotte The Harlot 03. Killers 04. Remember Tomorrow 05. Burning Ambition (ft. Bob Verschoyle) 06. Futureal (feat. Blaze Bayley) 07. Aces High 08. Prowler (feat. Paul Di'Anno) 09. Still Life '15
* Damian Wilson (THRESHOLD, HEADSPACE) - Vocals * Ruud Jolie (WITHIN TEMPTATION) - Guitar * Joey Bruers (UP THE IRONS) - Bass * Stef Broks (TEXTURES) - Drums * Huub van Loon (DEARWORLD, BARRY HAY) - Piano * Thijs Schrijnemakers (ORGEL VRETEN) - Hammond * Mike Coolen (WITHIN TEMPTATION) – Drums on "Prowler" * Marco Kuypers (CLOUDMACHINE) – Piano on "Prowler" * Thunderstick (SAMSON) - Drums on "Burning Ambition" * Paul Di'Anno (IRON MAIDEN) - Vocals on "Prowler" * Blaze Bayley (IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE) - Vocals on "Futureal" * Wudstik (AYREON) and Marcela Bovio (STREAM OF PASSION) - Vocals on "Aces High" * Marcela Bovio (STREAM OF PASSION) - Violin on "Still Life '15"
"Strange World" was released as a two-track single on CD and iTunes on January 30.
Single track listing:
01. Strange World (album version) 02. The Evil That Men Do (alternate version feat. Wudstik on vocals)
"Still Life '15" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
MAIDEN UNITED is an IRON MAIDEN tribute project which performs classic MAIDEN songs in new acoustic arrangements. "Remembrance" is the third full-length album released by this project. MAIDEN UNITED's debut album, "Mind The Acoustic Pieces" (2010),was an acoustic re-imagining of the entire classic IRON MAIDEN album "Piece Of Mind" with new arrangements. The second album, "Across The Seventh Sea" (2012),contained tracks from different MAIDEN albums.
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