SIGNALS FROM MARS | HOUR ONE MUSIC DISCUSSION
In this episode of Signals From Mars, a few of my Patrons will be joining the conversation to explore trending topics in modern-day hard rock and metal. Additionally, we’ll delve into our personal journeys that led us to fall in love with this genre we all adore.
We’re aware these topics might be on your mind. Join us to hear our thoughts and feel free to share your own perspectives with us.
Some of the topics discussed include:
– When should the old bands just stop, and not play half-assed live?
– Bruce Dickinson‘s upcoming solo album The Mandrake Project.
– Does anyone still care about instrumental albums?
– 14 Years Of Signals From Mars / Mars Attacks Podcast.
Hour One Music Discussions offer a nostalgic dive into the world of hard rock and metal. But we’re not only about nostalgia as we discuss the past as well as the present. Think of it as a casual get-together with friends, reminiscing about the days when we’d stand in queues for a live show, eagerly discussing the band’s latest tracks. Or those moments when we’d grab a new album and couldn’t hold back from sharing our thoughts with everyone. It’s a troll-free zone, ensuring genuine and passionate conversations. Come along and share those moments with us.
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Bruce Dickinson – The Mandrake Project
Bruce Dickinson is an English singer best known as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden. He has had a long and varied career, both with Iron Maiden and as a solo artist. However, the provided Wikipedia information does not specifically mention The Mandrake Project as an upcoming solo release by Bruce Dickinson.
For more detailed and up-to-date information about The Mandrake Project, you might want to check other sources or official announcements from Bruce Dickinson or related record labels.
You can read more about Bruce Dickinson’s career and achievements on Wikipedia.
More on The Mandrake Project:
RockFM reports that the album titled The Mandrake Project sees Bruce collaborating once again with his longtime musical partner and producer Roy Z. You can read more about it here.
Hellpress mentions that Bruce Dickinson, the singer of Iron Maiden, has unveiled the title of his upcoming album, The Mandrake Project, and confirms a world tour. More details can be found here.
Metal Journal states that Bruce Dickinson, the vocalist of Iron Maiden, has announced his new solo album titled The Mandrake Project. Further information is available here.
Iron Maiden’s Official Website also has an announcement regarding The Mandrake Project. Bruce Dickinson, renowned as one of the greatest heavy metal vocalists, will be releasing this album. You can check out the announcement here.
MariskalRock.com mentions that Bruce Dickinson, the voice of Iron Maiden, has titled his new solo album and has announced the initial tour dates for its promotion. More on this can be read here.
Radio Futuro reports that Bruce Dickinson has announced The Mandrake Project, his 2024 solo album, which is the highly anticipated successor to “Tyranny of Souls.” Find out more here.
Blabbermouth reports that The Mandrake Project will be Dickinson’s seventh solo album and his first since Tyranny Of Souls in 2005. More details can be found here.
NME states that The Mandrake Project is Dickinson’s first solo album since 2005’s Tyranny Of Souls and will be released in 2024. Further information is available here.
Louder Sound mentions that Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has announced his first solo studio album in almost two decades titled The Mandrake Project. More on this can be read here.
Consequence reports that Bruce Dickinson has announced his seventh solo album, The Mandrake Project, which will be released in 2024. Find out more here.
Loudwire states that Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson has announced The Mandrake Project, his 2024 solo album. More details can be found here.
Ultimate Classic Rock mentions that Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson has announced a new solo album titled The Mandrake Project, his first since 2005’s Tyranny of Souls. You can read more about it here.
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