Iron Maiden Will 'Definitely Make More Albums' Says Steve Harris

09/15/2016
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(Metal Hammer) Iron Maiden's Steve Harris says he's happier than he's ever been at any point in his heavy metal career and says that band will "definitely make more albums".

Helping Metal Hammer magazine celebrate its 30th anniversary, the bassist says metal is in a good place and Maiden are in better shape than ever before. Recalling the band's early days, their 1990s slump and their stunning return to the peak of their metal powers, Harris says: "Well done to anyone who's lasted this long, whether it's Metal Hammer of Iron Maiden or whoever!

"Personally I'm enjoying it more than ever, I'd say. We all are. Ultimately, at this point you know you've had most of your career and there's less ahead than there is behind you, but we'll definitely make more albums and we're having a great time. This is still the best job in the world."

Maiden are riding high after the release of 16th album The Book of Souls last year and the massive world tour that followed. It followed frontman Bruce Dickinson's successful battle with cancer. Read more here.

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