By the mid-70s the metal scene was dying; the bands were repeating themselves and critics were automatically despising each new album of the genre, as soon as they were released. The emergence of punk in England in 1976 allowed rock music to be seen again as something trendy. That gave a new generation of British heavy metals bands, the opportunity to surge in the shadows of punk music. This new scene, which included several sub-styles, was called The New Wave Of The British Heavy Metal. After a fantastic start with two albums (Iron Maiden from 1980 and Killers from 1981) led by the voice and the punk-like image of Paul DiAnno, the group changed vocalist, and the chosen one was Bruce Dickinson (ex-Samson). With his powerful voice and his virtuosity, Iron Maiden instantly became one of the most epic heavy metal bands ever. The Many Faces of Iron Maiden pays tribute to one of the most important heavy metal bands of all time, featuring the work of many of their former members and an exploration of their fantastic catalogue With fantastic artwork and remastered sound, The Many Faces of Iron Maiden is another essential addition to the Many Faces collection on vinyl format; and remember that the album is not available on streaming platforms!