This is one of the rarest and one of the best Iron Maiden tribute albums out there. Performed exclusively by Hungarian bands, the song are incredibly good, but what needs to be noted here is also the quality of the illustrations, made by a certain Hjules who has a wonderful graphical talent. If you happen to see a copy of this album, do not hesitate to buy it.
– Powerslave (Dickinson)
Iron Maidnem (whose name translates "almost iron") being an Iron Maiden cover band, they deliver a version of "Powerslave" that could easily be confused with the original, except for the voice which, although very good, is obviously not Bruce Dickinson's.
– 2 Minutes to Midnight (Smith, Dickinson)
Fahrenheit is a band that seems to have disappeared, which is a shame because if their original material was as well-made as this cover of "2 Minutes To Midnight", they must have been really good.
– Flash Of The Blade (Dickinson)
This unusual and original version of "Flash Of The Blade" is very enjoyable. This Progressive Rock outfit did an excellent job.
– The Trooper (Harris)
Like most other songs on this album, this is also an excellent version of a great Maiden classic. Incidentally, Demonlord opened for Iron Maiden at the Kisstadion of Budapest during the 2003 Give Me Ed Tour.
– To Tame A Land (Harris)
This is an original cover of a great epic by an excellent Progressive Metal band. Simply brilliant.
– The Clairvoyant (Harris)
Musically pretty close to the original, this version features some interesting vocals. Not bad.
– Aces High (Harris)
The addition of synths makes this cover quite good, although the voice sounds unfortunately a bit too "pop-ish". A good cover nevertheless.
– Prowler (Harris)
Although the voice lacks a bit of aggression, this cover of 'Prowler' is quite decent.
– The Evil That Men Do (Smith, Dickinson, Harris)
Quite remote from Iron Maiden's version, this is a brilliant cover of "The Evil That Men Do", featuring also a discreet piano- and jazzy-sounding synth.
– Wasted Years (Smith)
With a fairly obvious synth, this version of "Waster Years" is pretty different from Maiden's original, slower and somehow heavier. And quite good too!
– The Number Of The Beast (Harris)
Singer of Pokolgép (a band that opened for Iron Maiden at the Sports Hall of Budapest during the 1984 World Slavery Tour), Joe Rudán supplies excellent vocals to Iron Maidnem for this very good version of "The Number Of The Beast".
– Hallowed Be Thy Name (Harris)
This is a brilliant rendition of Iron Maiden's all-time great song. As usual, Iron Maidnem do a wonderful job to reproduce the studio version song almost note for note.