Sorry DJ, had to correct your comment. I would agree with you 100% if Stratego had been released prior to 16 July.Don't you think it's kind of sad to call a song filler for an album that's not out yet?
Especially when the song in question is the best single the band have put out in
Smaller-scale tour for Senjutsu - please no, I want epic stage design.Not sure if this has been posted but this would be great, especially if they only play deep cuts.
After finishing the entire Senjutsu album set, Bruce: "Something new, something old, something from our Jurassic period...." then play thru AMOLAD in its entirety! LOLSmaller-scale tour for Senjutsu - please no, I want epic stage design.
Playing the whole album live - I'm 50/50, but if the album is a modern classic (like AMOLAD), why not...
Maiden plays 10-15k in North America currently, so I'd imagine a step down from that, 7-10k.I’d love seeing them play the full album and also get the more intimate experience of a smaller venue, but by our standard where I live Maiden fills up a stadium with 50K people on a normal tour, so what is a smaller capacity in their view? 10-15K people? When they did AMOLAD tour they played in a 15K capacity venue that sold out in one hour or so, making them add two dates in the same venue (45K tickets in total, so basically a huge stadium gig after all). I can see the exact same thing happening with this idea.
Go back to the DoD tour approach and book five shows at a theater in NYC or something. That makes a lot of sense honestly. No need to do a 2 year tour playing all of the new album to audiences that haven’t heard it or aren’t interested in hearing it. Throw in a few mega deep cuts in the encore and I’m there.Maiden plays 10-15k in North America currently, so I'd imagine a step down from that, 7-10k.