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Iron Maiden Rock Croatia For The 4th Time

One of the most successful bands in heavy metal history has rocked Croatia for the fourth time last night. English pioneers Iron Maiden, who have sold over 85 million records in their close to 40-year career, played to thousands of fans who came from all parts of Croatia at Zagreb’s Arena. Frontman Bruce Dickinson waved a British flag on stage as the band belted out hits for two hours, most of the hits coming from the band’s hugely successful 1988 album ‘Seventh Son of the Seventh son’. Iron Maiden flew into the Croatian capital at 5pm, just a few hours before taking to the stage. From Croatia Iron Maiden head off to play at London’s The 02 as their Maiden England Tour continues.

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