Estranged Wife Of Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Passes Away

Paddy Bowden, the estranged wife of Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson, has sadly passed away. Her body was found in a London home that the couple shared prior to their 2018 split. Dickinson and Bowden got married in 1990 and had three children together including Griffin Dickinson (SHVPES), Austin Dickinson (As Lions, ex-Rise To Remain), and Kia Dickinson. Bruce told The Sun the following:

“This is a terrible tragedy which appears to be a tragic accident. Our children Austin, Griffin and Kia and I are devastated. Out of respect for Paddy we won’t be making any further comment at this hugely difficult and painful time for our family.”

Every Time I Die Cancel Three Shows, Footage Of The Band Performing Guest Vocalists Now Available

Every Time I Die have cancelled three upcoming headlining shows. This news comes after Keith Buckley recently went home due to a family emergency, which as now been revealed to be a health scare with his daughter. The band commented:

“Our apologies, but unfortunately we have to cancel our 3 club shows in Trier, Stuttgart and Hannover in Germany with Comeback Kid this week. But we will be finishing the weekend of fests of Copenhell, Download Madrid and Jera On Air with the help of some of our buds again. Thanks again for understanding, you guys are the best! ❤️ ETID”

In other news, some footage has surfaced of the band performing with guest voacalists including: Trap Them‘s Ryan McKenney, The Devil Wears Prada‘s Jeremy DePoyster, While She Sleeps‘ Lawrence “Loz” Taylor, and SHVPES‘ Griffin Dickinson.