How about cheese eating surrender monkey. Is that conventional enough for you.I assume most of non native english-speaking people (myself included obviously) are absolutely unable to understand some of the recent posts. Would it be rude to ask for a more conventional language, hey buddie ?
Back on topinc, a lot of talks on the official forum about Maiden uniting in Paris in late-february.
Well between this year's LOTB Tour and another 2 years of a potential album tour they will probably create several new beers. Then they can have a beer-based "non-album" tour.Speaking of the Maiden schedule, I believe the "non-album world tour" category is done for. Which will leave plenty of time to speed up the usual 4/5 year between albums.
That means they would stop after album #17 world tour. Personally I think they will retire around the time Nicko turns 70.Speaking of the Maiden schedule, I believe the "non-album world tour" category is done for. Which will leave plenty of time to speed up the usual 4/5 year between albums.
Bear in mind that at that event there were people close to the band's leader who might have (or might have not) spilled the beans.There's speculation that "someone at the recent cart and horses event with some of the original band members overheard someone say that they'll be recording in March".
In july 2014, I had a chat with one of BL guitarists in Paris, and he genuinely told me Maiden was going to begin work on the new album the next september in the same town. So, I guess your scenario is quite plausible.Bear in mind that at that event there were people close to the band's leader who might have (or might have not) spilled the beans.
I really doubt that management would care one bit if Nicko blabs a little about the band's doings, honestly. He's been very talkative so many times before you'd think they would've told him to not say a peep a long time ago if the rest of the band found it to be an issue.I think that's the case, but if managment says no, it's a no.