Iron Maiden- Steve Harris reveals plan to rock the smartphone generation-The Metal Voice

August 16, 2016


Heavy metal icon Steve Harris wants to introduce a whole new audience to his band's history and music

Source The Sun


Bassist and songwriter Steve Harris has revealed details of a plan to introduce the millennial generation to his band’s rich history and back catalogue.


Iron Maiden have just released a new smartphone game called Legacy of the Beast, which features the rockers’ distinctive mascot, Eddie.

Legacy of the Beast allows players to take control of Eddie, the band’s famous mascot


Harris, the man behind much-loved songs like Run To The Hills and Number of the Beast, told The Sun Online that he hoped youngsters would play the game and be drawn into the cult of Iron Maiden.


“As many parents will tell you, we now absorb games from our kids playing them,” he said.

“Back in the day we were all gamers of a sort I suppose, in arcades and on pinball machines, but now our kids have their mobiles or Xbox and PlayStation.


They’re playing online, competing globally and it’s amazing to see those gaming communities.”


Legacy of the Beast has been warmly welcomed by old and new fans, with reviewers praising the game on Apple’s App Store and Google Play.


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