Iron Maiden Senjutsu new album has Maiden fans and critics agreeing; this is a truly amazing recording delivering on the promise Maiden has been keeping since the bands founding while adding some new flair. And of course a new amazing Eddie theme…the Smaurai Eddie is “Killers” if you will excuse the pun.
The word Senjutsu loosely translated from Japanese means, “tactics & strategy”. The Iron Maiden grand plan must have included releasing their first studio record since Book of Souls in 2015. This is the longest span of time between Maiden studio albums since the first recording with frontman Paul Di’Anno in 1977.
Senjutsu is one of Iron Maiden’s most successful studio recordings to date. It topped #1 on the charts in Belgium, Finland, Germany, Italy, Scotland, Sweden and Switzerland. This also includes the highest Billboard charting in the USA. Iron Maiden Senjutsu peaked at #3 on the US charts 2 weeks ago.
Iron Maiden fans will be happy to know, that at long last, KnuckleBonz® has signed a new agreement with the band and is hard at work on new designs to be launched later this year and thought out 2022…#statuned…UP THE IRONS!
What if KnuckleBonz were to create something for the Rock Iconz®, 3D Vinyl® or On Tour™ Series with Iron Maiden? What would Maiden Superfans want to see and collect?
So much stuff has been created for Iron Maiden’s “Eddie” over the years, a lot of it really nice. The assumptions are that the band would not OK the use of their image and likenesses for what we do, so that’s off the table. They leave all that work to “Edward the Great.”
Sound off metal Superfans…As always, KnuckleBonz is listening!
Up the Irons!!!
Rock Hard this Monday! Kbonz
In 1982, after the moderate success of their debut album “Killers,” Iron Maiden took a big chance, hiring a new singer and frontman, Bruce Dickinson. Uhh, things worked out pretty well for Steve Harris, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, Clive Burr and Dickinson as Iron Maiden “Number of the Beast” cracked the Top 10 UK charts and got global radio play with the single “Run to the Hills.”
This was the 2nd time Eddie, Iron Maiden’s mascot, was summoned to grace an album cover, and it remains one of the most enduring images for the band. The exaggerated perspective of Eddie and muted colors of the sky are set off by the fantastic flames that dance around Eddie and the scarlet devil at his feat.
It’s just a matter of time before KnuckleBonz and the Iron Maiden camp get together…hang in there Superfans.
Rock Hard! Kbonz