This is it! We've made it to the final round of our Greatest Metal Bassist competition. Having started with 32 bassists, we're now down to only two. This matchup is for the gold and we couldn't have asked for a much better final pairing than this!
It doesn't get more legendary than Cliff Burton and Steve Harris! Support for both of these musicians has been overwhelming ever since we launched our Greatest Metal Bassist tournament. In what's sure to be a tough fight, these two classic metal bassists battle for supremacy.
In this fourth and last quarterfinal matchup, we've got two massive personalities who have creatively spearheaded their respective bands.
Are you an indie-loving hipster scared of listening to something manly? Are you curious about making the jump from flower-sniffing, ironic mustache wearing, jingle-jangle ditties to music with actual testosterone? Jimmy Fallon and the Avett Brothers have you covered.
Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson has a rich history in the field of aviation, but the iconic singer has been accused of accepting a deal with the U.S. military to develop 'lighter-than-air' drones. Dickinson has since denied the accusations, but according to another news source, the alleged contract could be worth anything up to $500 million.
Iron Maiden came back to North Carolina for the second time in a little over a year, this being their first ever performance in Raleigh on Tuesday, Sept. 3. The band kicked off a brief U.S run of dates on their ongoing Maiden England tour, which has seen the band dust off old fan favorites for a fresh take in a new era. Seemingly getting better with age, Iron Maiden delivered yet again with their timeless brand of metal gaining new heights.