Iron Maiden are streaming their concert film ‘The Book of Souls: Live Chapter’ in its glorious entirety online.
The heavy metal legends live-streamed the film for free across the globe at 7pm GMT on Saturday night (11th November) and now in a further gift for fans they have uploaded every song to YouTube.
You can watch the whole thing from start to finish below.
The Book Of Souls: Live Chapter will be released on Friday (17th November) on a limited edition deluxe 2 CD hardcase Book, a regular 2CD album, a triple black vinyl LP and digital download. A digital download of the concert film will also be available to purchase.
It comprises of 15 songs performed on the critically acclaimed tour, with three songs from their UK leg making the cut - ‘The Great Unknown’ at Newcastle Metro Radio Arena this May and ‘The Book of Souls’ and ‘Blood Brothers’ at Download Festival in June 2016.
‘If Eternity Should Fail’ – Sydney, Australia
‘Speed of Light’ - Cape Town, South Africa
‘Wrathchild’ – Dublin, Ireland
‘Children of the Damned’ – Montreal, Canada
‘Death or Glory’ – Wroclaw, Poland
‘The Red and the Black’ – Tokyo, Japan
‘The Trooper’ - San Salvador, El Salvador
‘Powerslave’ – Trieste, Italy
‘The Great Unknown’ – Newcastle, UK
‘The Book of Souls’ – Donington, UK
‘Fear of the Dark’ – Fortaleza, Brazil
‘Iron Maiden’ - Buenos Aires, Argentina
‘Number of the Beast’ – Wacken, Germany
‘Blood Brothers’ – Donington, UK
‘Wasted Years’ - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
On Monday Iron Maiden announced the European leg of the Legacy Of The Beast World Tour, which takes in the following UK shows:
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena – Tue 31st
Belfast The SSE Arena – Thu 2nd
Aberdeen BHGE Arena – Sat 4th
Manchester Arena – Mon 6th
Birmingham Genting Arena – Tue 7th
London The O2 – Fri 10th
Tickets go on sale from Planet Rock Tickets at 9am on Friday 24th November.
Set to continue into 2019, The Legacy Of The Beast World Tour was inspired by Iron Maiden’s comic book and mobile phone game of the same name. In keeping with this, the stage set design will feature a number of different but interlocking ‘worlds’.
The set list will be dominated by classic Iron Maiden material from the 1980s with ‘a handful of surprises from later albums’ added into the mix.