AN IRON Maiden tribute band is set to thrill fans of heavy metal in Cumbernauld next month.
Maiden Scotland will take to the stage at the Twa Corbies on Saturday, October 13, and the group will be fundraising for the charity Help For Heroes.
The rockers recently won the title ‘Tribute Band Of The Year 2012’ at the Scottish New Music Awards which were held in the Classic Grand in Glasgow.
Formed in 2003, Maiden Scotland’s line-up has changed over the years but the group have produced some great musicians.
The band prefer to focus on the music and performance rather than wigs and gimmicks, and are famous for their blisteringly authentic performances of Iron Maiden songs.
You can expect to hear any song written by Iron Maiden to be played by Maiden Scotland including favourites such as Alexander The Great, Paschendale, Sea of Madness and Flash of the Blade.
The band have played to packed houses and enthusiastic audiences throughout the UK and continue to forge bonds and make new fans with every gig.
Having played with original Iron Maiden vocalist Paul DiAnno as his band on two UK Tours and been involved with the Clive Aid charity in two fundraising events, they are a very popular choice amongst Iron Maiden fans both young and old. They will leave you with the chorus of Run to the Hills ringing in your ears on your way home every time.
Doors for the concert open at 8pm, and tickets priced £7.50 are available from Jock on 01236 728016, or at the Twa Corbies, or from Piggy Malones at the town cenre north bus stops.