IRON MAIDEN: More 'Death On The Road' First-Week Chart Positions Revealed

IRON MAIDEN's double live album, "Death on the Road", has entered the national charts in the following countries:

#6: Finland
#7: Sweden
#12: Norway
#14: France
#17: Italy
#17: Switzerland
#18: Spain
#22: U.K.
#27: Ireland
#39: Holland

"Death on the Road" is a live album recorded in Dortmund, Germany during IRON MAIDEN's 2003 "Dance Of Death" world tour.

As previously reported, IRON MAIDEN recorded "live-in-the-studio" renditions of the songs "Run to the Hills", "The Trooper" and "Hallowed be thy Name" at Maida Vale Studios in London on September 2 for broadcast during the BBC "Legends" show (web site) dedicated to MAIDEN. The program is scheduled to air on Tuesday, September 13 between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.

A complete IRON MAIDEN biography, discography and global gig guide can be found at


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