In what way did Maiden hype TFF before the album announcemnt? I don't remember them actually releasing something every day for 2 or 3 weeks leading up the the announcement of the album release like they are now. So I definitely see this as quite different and with the possibility of leading up to something special.I’m thinking The Final Frontier in particular had a ton of hype
This is still somewhat different.Well they had two countdowns, one leading up to the tour and another leading up to the album. We knew the album title way in advance with no other info which led to more speculation and buildup to the final reveal
Oh, and they also did an entire NA tour to generate hype for that upcoming album.
Honestly, I've been lurking on this forum from the era of Dance of Death, if I remember correctly. Surely from the moment that the official forum started the memberships. Also, I've been a moderator in a couple of forums of considerable size. Please please, stop writing. You are, by far, one of the worst forum members in the history of forums.You all are pretty into and I'm pretty sure this album is the last one from them and the final sign of IM decline in terms of popularity. Everywhere response for their new propositions is poor. No way this album succeed the way as a few former ones.
You’re a hoot; I’ve missed you! Here, have a seat! Tell us more!Generally Iron Maiden are considered as outdated band and they don't attract the new fans anymore. And selling big arenas and stadiums is over for them. For many shows announced since 2020 there are tons and tons of tickets. Facts are the facts it's time for them to be out.