The metal legends captured their stadium show in Santiago, Chile for new release
Iron Maiden have announced that they will release a new live album and DVD in March.
The package, which is titled ‘En Vivo’, features a double DVD set and live album and will be released on March 26.
The DVD was filmed in front of over 50,000 fans at the Estadio Nacional Stadium in Santiago, Chile in April last year and contains a 17-song set as well as a new 88-minute long tour documentary, which is titled ‘Beyond The Beast’.
The show was filmed digitally using 22 HD cameras and an octocam (a flying camera which captures aerial crowd scenes), recorded in both stereo and 5.1 audio and has been mixed by the band’s longtime producer Kevin Shirley.
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson recently said that despite rumours that they were considering retirement, they plan to “make at least one more album” and have begun planning for the recording of the follow-up to ‘The Final Frontier’, which was the 15th studio LP of the veteran band’s career.
The tracklisting for ‘En Vivo’ is as follows:
‘The Final Frontier’
‘2 Minutes To Midnight’
‘Dance Of Death’
‘The Wicker Man’
‘When The Wild Wind Blows’
‘The Evil That Men Do’
‘Fear Of The Dark’
‘The Number Of The Beast’
‘Hallowed Be Thy Name’