List of awards and nominations received by Iron Maiden

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Iron Maiden performing in Barcelona on 30 November 2006, during A Matter of Life and Death Tour.
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Wins69
Nominations85
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  1. Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Iron Maiden are a British heavy metal band, formed in 1975 by bassist and only original member Steve Harris, and since 1999, also consists of vocalist Bruce Dickinson, guitarists Dave Murray, Adrian Smith and Janick Gers, and drummer Nicko McBrain. The band have released sixteen studio albums: Iron Maiden  (1980), Killers  (1981), The Number of the Beast  (1982), Piece of Mind  (1983), Powerslave  (1984), Somewhere in Time  (1986), Seventh Son of a Seventh Son  (1988), No Prayer for the Dying  (1990), Fear of the Dark  (1992), The X Factor  (1995), Virtual XI  (1998), Brave New World  (2000), Dance of Death  (2003), A Matter of Life and Death  (2006), The Final Frontier  (2010) and The Book of Souls  (2015). As one of the most commercially successful heavy metal bands of all time, Iron Maiden have sold over 100 million albums worldwide. [1] [2] According to MD Daily Record by 2021 all audio-visual releases of the band have sold in over 200 million copies worldwide, including regular albums, singles, VHS’, DVDs and all compilations. [3]

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Iron Maiden and particular musicians of the band've received multiple nominations, honours and awards including Grammy Awards [4] and equivalents awards in many countries, [5] [6] Brit Awards 2009, [7] Silver Clef Award, [8] Nordoff-Robbins Award, [9] Ivor Novello Awards, [10] Juno Awards, [11] Public Choice International, [12] Online Music Awards Germany, [13] Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards, ECHO Awards, [14] [15] Honorary Doctorates and sales recognition awards among many others. Eight band’s albums were honoured with unique Ampex Golden Reel Award. [16] Iron Maiden are also a part of permanent exhibitions of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame [17] and British Music Experience. [18] The Band was hailed as the most successful British metal group on British Channel 4. [19]

In 1985 they were voted Number One Rock Act by international audience in Public Choice International, which was a unique honorary award given by an international audience, recognizing the number one rock act in many countries around the world. [20] In 1990 Iron Maiden member – Bruce Dickinson received "The Razzie" in category The Worst Original Song for a single "Bring Your Daughter… to the Slaughter" which was a part of A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child original soundtrack and Maiden’s No Prayer for the Dying album. [21] In 1994, one of their singles, "Fear of the Dark", received a Grammy nomination for Best Metal Performance. Seven years later, the band were nominated again in that category, with the song "The Wicker Man". [22] In 2011, Iron Maiden won the award with "El Dorado". [23] In 2002, they won the Ivor Novello Award for international achievement. [24] Iron Maiden received multiple nominations and awards from the Kerrang! Awards. In 1994 Steve Harris was awarded in category "Best Bassist Ever" and one year later he received prestigious "Kerrang! Kreativity Award", [25] the band was nominated in category the "Best Live Act" in 2003, and were inducted into the Kerrang! Hall of Fame two years later. [26] Overall, the band won seven from nine nominations. At the 2006 Metal Storm Awards, A Matter of Life and Death was named the best heavy metal album of the year. [27] Iron Maiden have also received ten awards from fifteen nominations at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards. Their mascot Eddie, who has previously been used by US critics to argue that Iron Maiden are Satanists, [28] received a Golden Gods nomination in 2006, losing to singer Cristina Scabbia; [29] but was awarded in 2008. [30] Later in 2008, Iron Maiden were nominated in the Best Live Return category at the Vodafone Live Music Awards, to which the band disagreed with their nomination and asked to be withdrawn, stating that they were "not quite sure where we are returning from." [31] They were replaced by the band James. [31] Since 2006 Iron Maiden were four times nominated and awarded by Classic Rock as a part of Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards. [32] [33] [34]

The band were named "Best British Live Act" at the 2009 BRIT Awards, winning via a public poll. [35] They were not able to attend the ceremony, ironically due to touring duties, instead delivering an acceptance message by video link-up. [36] Their film Flight 666 won, in the category "24 Beats Per Second", at the SXSW film Festival, held in Austin, Texas, in March 2009. [37] In 2009 band received an ECHO Award nomination for Best Live Band and finally won. [38] Two years later, the musicians were nominated again in Best International Artist category. In 2016 Iron Maiden won the award with The Book of Souls album as the Best Rock/Alternative Album of 2015. [39] Iron Maiden were five times nominated and awarded in different categories by the greatest Polish radio network broadcasting all genres of rock music called Antyradio. [40] [41] [42] The band has also received seven awards from eight nominations at the Planet Rock Awards (The ROCKS). They're nominated and awarded in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021 in multiple categories. [43] [44] [45] [46] [47] [48] [49] Musicians were awarded in category Best International Live Performance as a part of Iberian Festival Awards. [50] Annual Loudwire Awards were given to the public vote winners in multiple categories. Maiden have received three awards from four nominations. [51] [52] Band’s drummer Nicko McBrain was inducted into Guitar Center's "Drum-Legends" Hall of Fame [53] in 2009 and prestigious Modern Drummer Hall of Fame in 2020. [54] In February 2021 Iron Maiden were nominated for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class. [55] In April 2021 ex-members of the band were inducted into Metal Hall of Fame. [56] In overall, Iron Maiden have received sixty-nine awards from eighty-five nominations.

Ampex Golden Reel Award

The Ampex Golden Reel Award was an international music award for studio albums and singles that were recorded and mixed entirely on Ampex audio tape, and which subsequently sold enough units to achieve gold record status in its country of origin. [16]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
1981 Killers Ampex Golden Reel Award Won
1983 Piece of Mind Ampex Golden Reel Award Won
1984 Powerslave Ampex Golden Reel Award Won
1985 Live After Death Ampex Golden Reel Award Won
1986 Somewhere in Time Ampex Golden Reel Award Won
1988 Seventh Son of a Seventh Son Ampex Golden Reel Award Won
1990 No Prayer for the Dying Ampex Golden Reel Award Won
1992 Fear of the Dark Ampex Golden Reel Award Won

Bandit Rock Awards

The Bandit Rock Awards are an annual ceremony held by the Swedish radio station of the same name. Iron Maiden have received four awards. [57] [58] [59]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2011Iron MaidenBest International Live ActWon
2015Iron MaidenBest International Live ActWon
2016 The Book of Souls Best International AlbumWon
2016Iron MaidenBest International Live ActWon

BRIT Awards

The BRIT Awards are the British Phonographic Industry's annual pop music awards. Iron Maiden have received one award from two nomintions. [36] [60]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
1992"Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter"Best British SingleNominated
2009Iron MaidenBest British Live ActWon

Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards

Since 2006 Iron Maiden were four times nominated and awarded by Classic Rock as a part of Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards. [61] [62] [63]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2006 A Matter of Life and Death Album of the YearWon
2006Rod SmallwoodVIP AwardWon
2009Iron MaidenBand of the YearWon
2015 The Book of Souls Album of the YearWon

ECHO Award

Echo Music Prize (stylised as ECHO, German pronunciation: [ˈɛço]) was an accolade by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie [de], an association of recording companies of Germany to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. In 2009 band received an ECHO Award nomination for Best Live Band and finally won. [64] Two years later, the musicians were nominated again in Best International Artist category. In 2016 Iron Maiden won the award with The Book of Souls album as the Best Rock/Alternative Album of 2015. [65]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2009Iron MaidenBest Live ArtistWon
2011Best International ArtistNominated
2016Best Rock/Alternative AlbumWon

Emma-gaala

The Emma-gaala is an annual music awards ceremony established in 1983 by the Suomen Ääni- ja kuvatallennetuottajat. Iron Maiden have received two awards. [66]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2004Iron MaidenYleisöäänestys – Vuoden ulkomainen artisti
(The audience vote – for a foreign artist)
Won
2006Won

Grammy Awards

The annual Grammy Awards are presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Iron Maiden have received one award from five nominations. [22] [23] [67] [68]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
1994 "Fear of the Dark" (from A Real Live One ) Best Metal Performance Nominated
2001 "The Wicker Man"Nominated
"The Wicker Man" Best Metal Single Nominated
2011 "El Dorado" Best Metal Performance Won
2013 "Blood Brothers" (from En Vivo! ) Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Nominated

Guitar Center’s Drum-Legends Hall of Fame

Nicko McBrain was inducted into Guitar Center's "Drum-Legends" Hall of Fame on Saturday, January 10, 2009 at Guitar Center's Drum-Off grand finals in Los Angeles. McBrain also performed the band’s classics "The Trooper" and "Hallowed Be Thy Name" at the event, which was held at the historic Music Box at Fonda Theater. [69]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2009Nicko McBrainHall of Fame InductedWon

Iberian Festival Awards

Iberian Festival Awards recognizes the contributions and achievements of the event organizers and all the other players in the festivals. Iron Maiden were awarded in category Best International Live Performance. [70]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2017Iron MaidenBest International Live PerformanceWon

Ivor Novello Awards

The Ivor Novello Awards are presented annually in London by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters. Iron Maiden have received one award. [24]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2000Iron MaidenInternational AchievementWon

Juno Awards

The Juno Awards are presented by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Iron Maiden have received one award. [71]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2010 Iron Maiden: Flight 666 Music DVD of the Year Won

Kerrang! Awards

The Kerrang! Awards is an annual awards ceremony held by Kerrang! , a British rock magazine. Iron Maiden have received seven awards from nine nominations. [26] [72] [73] [74] [75] [76] [77]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
1994Steve HarrisBest Bassist EverWon
1995Steve HarrisKreativity AwardWon
2003Iron MaidenBest Live ActNominated
2005Iron MaidenKerrang! Hall of FameWon
2008Iron MaidenKerrang! IconWon
2012 Iron MaidenBest British BandNominated
2013Iron MaidenKerrang! InspirationWon
2016Iron MaidenKerrang! LegendWon
2018Iron MaidenBest Live ActWon

Loudwire Awards

Loudwire is an American online magazine that covers hard rock and heavy metal music. Annual Loudwire Awards were given to the public vote winners in multiple categories. Maiden have received three awards from four nominations. [78] [79]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2016Bruce DickinsonBest VocalistNominated
2017Iron MaidenBest Live ActWon
2017Iron MaidenUK BandWon
2017Steve HarrisBassist of the YearWon

Metal Hall of Fame

Metal Hall of Fame honorary induction is an annual ceremony which takes place in the United States. The ex - Iron Maiden members (Paul Di'Anno, Blaze Bayley, Derek Riggs) have received the very first nomination and were inducted in April 2021. [80]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2021Iron Maiden ex-MembersMetal Hall of Fame InductedWon

Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards

The Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards is an annual awards ceremony held by Metal Hammer , a British heavy metal magazine. Iron Maiden have received ten awards from fifteen nominations. [30] [81] [82] [83] [84] [85] [86] [87] [88] [89]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2004Iron MaidenBest UK ActWon
2006 Nicko McBrain Best DrummerNominated
Eddie the Head IconNominated
2007Iron MaidenBest UK BandNominated
Janick Gers, Adrian Smith, Dave Murray Riff LordNominated
A Matter of Life and Death Album of the YearNominated
2008Iron MaidenBest UK BandWon
Eddie the HeadIcon AwardWon
2009Iron MaidenBest UK BandWon
Iron MaidenGolden GodWon
2011Iron MaidenBest UK BandWon
2012Iron Maiden's UK Tour Best EventWon
2014Iron MaidenBest UK BandWon
2016 The Book of Souls Best AlbumWon
2017Iron Maiden: Legacy of the BeastBest GameWon

Metal Storm Awards

Metal Storm Awards is an annual awards ceremony held by Metal Storm, an Estonia-based heavy metal webzine. Iron Maiden received three awards. [27] [90] [91]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2006 A Matter of Life and Death Best Heavy Metal AlbumWon
2009Iron Maiden: Flight 666Best DVDWon
2010"The Final Frontier"Best VideoWon

Modern Drummer Hall of Fame

Modern Drummer is the world's #1 drumming resource since 1977. Nicko McBrain was inducted into prestigious Modern Drummer Hall of Fame in 2020. [92]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2020Nicko McBrainHall of Fame InductedWon

Planet Rock Awards (THE ROCKS)

The band has also received seven awards from eight nominations at the Planet Rock Awards (The ROCKS). They’re nominated and awarded in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021 in multiple categories. [93] [94] [95] [96] [97] [98] [99]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2016 The Book of Souls Best International AlbumWon
2016"Speed of Light"Best British SingleWon
2016Iron MaidenBest British BandNominated
2017Won
2018Band of the YearWon
2019Best Live BandWon
2019Best British BandWon
2021Greatest Live Band of All TimeWon

Polish Antyradio Awards

Antyradio is a Polish radio network broadcasting all genres of rock music, although mostly broadcasting contemporary rock hits. Iron Maiden were five times nominated and awarded in the different categories. [100] [101] [102]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2015The Book of SoulsAlbum of the YearWon
2016Iron MaidenBand of the YearWon
2016Iron MaidenVocalist of the YearWon
2019 The Book of Souls Best Live ActWon
2021Bruce DickinsonVocalist of the YearWon

Public Choice International

Public Choice International was an unique honorary award given by an international audience, recognizing the number one rock act in many countries around the world. [103]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
1985Iron MaidenInternational Number One Rock ActWon

Rockbjörnen

Rockbjörnen is an annual awards ceremony which takes place in Sweden. Iron Maiden have received one award. [104]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2011Iron MaidenBest Hard Rock Live ActWon

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honorary induction is an annual ceremony which takes place in the United States. Iron Maiden have received the very first nomination in February 2021, 41 years after their eponymous debut album was published. [105]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2021Iron MaidenHall of FameNominated

Silver Clef Awards

Nordoff-Robbins is a UK charity providing music therapy. They hold the annual Silver Clef Awards, from which Iron Maiden have received two awards. [106] [107]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2004Iron MaidenSpecial Achievement AwardWon
2015Iron Maiden02 Silver Clef Award 2015Won

SXSW Film Festival

SXSW Film Festival is a film festival that takes place every spring in Austin, Texas. Iron Maiden have received one award. [37]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2009Iron Maiden: Flight 66624 Beats Per SecondWon

Vodafone Live Music Awards

Iron Maiden were nominated in the Best Live Return category at the Vodafone Live Music Awards, to which the band disagreed with their nomination and asked to be withdrawn, stating that they were "not quite sure where we are returning from". Nomination and eventually award rejected by the band's management. [31]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2008Iron MaidenBest Live ReturnNominated

The Razzies

The Golden Raspberry Awards (also known in short terms as Razzies and Razzie Awards) is a parody award show honoring the worst of cinematic under-achievements. Co-founded by UCLA film graduates and film industry veterans John J. B. Wilson and Mo Murphy, the Razzie Awards' satirical annual ceremony has preceded its polar opposite, the coveted Academy Awards, for four decades. In 1990 Iron Maiden member – Bruce Dickinson received "The Razzie" in category The Worst Original Song for a single "Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" which was a part of A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child original soundtrack and Maiden’s No Prayer for the Dying album. [108]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
1990Bruce DickinsonThe Worst Original SongWon

Miscellaneous

YearNominated workAward/honourNominator
1983 Piece of Mind , The Number of the Beast , Iron Maiden , Killers Top 100 Best Albums All Times (No. 1, No. 2, No. 28, No. 60) [109] Kerrang!
1984 Iron Maiden Best Band (No. 1) [110] Kerrang!
Bruce Dickinson Best Male Singer (No. 1) [110] Kerrang!
Steve Harris Best Bassist (No. 1) [110] Kerrang!
Nicko McBrain Best Drummer (No. 1) [110] Kerrang!
Adrian Smith, Dave Murray Best Guitarist (No. 2, No. 3) [110] Kerrang!
"2 Minutes to Midnight"Best Single (No. 1) [110] Kerrang!
Powerslave Best Album (No. 1) [110] Kerrang!
Powerslave Best Cover Illustration (No. 1) [110] Kerrang!
1985 Iron Maiden The Loudest Band in the World (No. 1) [111] Hit Parader
1986 Iron Maiden Best Band (No. 2) [112] Mega Metal
Bruce Dickinson Best Male Singer (No. 2) [112] Mega Metal
Steve Harris Best Bassist (No. 2) [112] Mega Metal
Nicko McBrain Best Drummer (No. 2) [112] Mega Metal
Dave Murray, Adrian Smith,Best Guitarist (No. 3, No. 4) [112] Mega Metal
"Wasted Years"Best Single (No. 1) [112] Mega Metal
Somewhere in Time Best Album (No. 2) [112] Mega Metal
Somewhere in Time Best Cover Illustration (No. 1) [112] Mega Metal
Iron Maiden Best Live Act/Tour (No. 2) [112] Mega Metal
1986 Somewhere in Time Top 100 Best Albums of the Year (No. 1) [113] Kerrang!
1987 Iron Maiden Best Band (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Bruce Dickinson Best Male Singer (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Steve Harris Best Bassist (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Nicko McBrain Best Drummer (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Adrian Smith, Dave Murray Best Guitarist (No. 1, No. 3) [114] Kerrang!
"Wasted Years"Best Single (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Somewhere in Time Best Album (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Somewhere in Time Best Cover Illustration (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
"Wasted Years"Best Video (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Bruce Dickinson Male Sex Object (No. 2) [114] Kerrang!
EddieBest Sex Object (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Iron Maiden Best Live Act/Tour (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
Iron Maiden Best Band Ever (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
Live After Death Best VHS (No. 1) [114] Kerrang!
1987 Iron Maiden Best Band National (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Bruce Dickinson Best Male Singer National (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Bruce Dickinson Best Male Singer International (No. 2) [116] Metal Hammer
Steve Harris Best Bassist National (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Steve Harris Best Bassist International (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Nicko McBrain Best Drummer (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Adrian Smith, Dave Murray Best Guitarist (No. 2, No. 3) [116] Metal Hammer
"Caught Somewhere in Time", "Alexander the Great", "Wasted Years"Best Guitar Solo (No. 1, No. 2, No. 3) [116] Metal Hammer
"Caught Somewhere in Time", "Alexander the Great", "Heaven Can Wait", "Stranger in a Strange Land", "Wasted Years"Best Album Track (No. 1 - No. 5) [116] Metal Hammer
"Stranger in a Strange Land", "Wasted Years"Best Single (No. 1, No. 3) [116] Metal Hammer
Somewhere in Time Best Album National (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Somewhere in Time Best Album International (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Somewhere in Time Best Cover Illustration National (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Somewhere in Time Best Cover Illustration International (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Martin Birch Best Producer (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Somewhere on Tour, Hammersmith OdeonBest Gig (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Somewhere on Tour Best Event (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
Eddie the 'Ead Metal Icon (No. 1) [116] Metal Hammer
1988 Iron Maiden Heavy Metal Hall of Fame (Inducted) [117] Hit Parader
1990 Iron Maiden Best Band (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
Bruce Dickinson Best Male Singer (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
Steve Harris Best Bassist (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
Nicko McBrain Best Drummer (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
Janick Gers, Dave Murray Best Guitarist (No. 2, No. 5) [115] Kerrang!
"Holy Smoke", "Bring Your Daughter… to the Slaughter"Best Single (No. 2, No. 10) [115] Kerrang!
No Prayer for the Dying Best Album (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
No Prayer for the Dying Best Cover Illustration (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
"Holy Smoke"Best Video (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
Bruce Dickinson Male Sex Object (No. 7) [115] Kerrang!
Eddie the 'Ead Best Sex Object (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
Iron Maiden Best Live Act/Tour (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
Iron Maiden Best Band Ever (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
The First Ten Years: The Videos Best VHS (No. 1) [115] Kerrang!
1991 Steve Harris Best Bass Player (No. 1) [118] Aardschock Paneuropean Poll
2002"Hallowed Be Thy Name"Top 500 Heavy Metal Songs of All Time (No. 7) [119] Martin Popoff
"Run to the Hills"Top 500 Heavy Metal Songs of All Time (No. 28) [119] Martin Popoff
"The Number of the Beast"Top 500 Heavy Metal Songs of All Time (No. 6) [119] Martin Popoff
"The Trooper"Top 500 Heavy Metal Songs of All Time (No. 24) [119] Martin Popoff
2003 The Number of the Beast 50 Best British Albums Ever (No. 45) [120] Q
2003 The Number of the Beast Top 50 Most Influential Albums of All Time (No. 15) [121] Kerrang!
2004 Adrian Smith, Dave Murray Top 100 Greatest Metal Guitarists Ever (No. 11) [122] Guitar World
2004Iron MaidenThe Most Popular Music T-Shirt Pattern (No. 1) [123] Irish Examiner
2005Iron MaidenInducted into Hollywood's RockWalk on 19 August 2005 [124] Guitar Center
2005 The Number of the Beast, Iron Maiden, Brave New World, Killers Top 100 Best British Rock Albums Ever (No. 2, No. 9, No. 28, No. 41) [125] Kerrang!
2005Iron Maiden100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock (No. 24) [126] VH1
2006The Number of the Beast, Iron MaidenTop 100 Greatest British Rock Albums Ever (No. 15, No. 56) [127] Classic Rock
2006 Bruce Dickinson The Best Rock & Metal Vocalists Ever (No. 7) [128] Hit Parader
2006Iron MaidenTop 20 Greatest Heavy Metal Bands of All Time (No. 4) [129] MTV
2006Iron MaidenMetal Bands Ever (No. 3) [130] VH1 Classic
"Run to the Hills"40 Greatest Metal Songs (No. 27) [131] VH1
"The Number of the Beast"40 Greatest Metal Songs (No. 7) [131] VH1
2006The Number of the Beast100 Greatest Guitar Albums of All Time (No. 17) [132] Guitar World
2007 Piece of Mind Top 25 Metal Albums (No. 21) [133] IGN
The Number of the Beast25 Metal Albums (No. 3) [134] IGN
2008"Powerslave"Top 100 Greatest Metal Vocals Performances Ever (No. 7) [135] Digital Dream Door
2008"Run to the Hills"100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs (No. 14) [136] VH1
2009 Adrian Smith, Dave Murray, Janick Gers, Dennis Stratton The Greatest Rock & Metal Guitarists (No. 9, No. 11, No. 73, No. 105) [137] Digital Dream Door
Nicko McBrain, Clive Burr Top 100 Greatest Drummers Ever (No. 28, No. 68) [138] Digital Dream Door
Killers , Piece of Mind , The Number of the Beast Top 100 Best Drumming Albums Ever [139] Digital Dream Door
Iron MaidenTop 100 Greatest Metal Bands Ever (No. 2) [140] Digital Dream Door
Iron MaidenTop 20 Greatest English Rock Artists (No. 18) [141] Digital Dream Door
2009 Bruce Dickinson Best Voice Of Rock All Time (No. 1) [142] Metal Hammer Greece
The Number of the Beast , Seventh Son of a Seventh Son , Powerslave , Piece of Mind , Somewhere in Time , Iron Maiden , Fear of the Dark , Accident of Birth Top 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time (No. 2, No. 10, No. 12, No. 28, No. 29, No. 31, No. 57, No. 63) [143] Metal Hammer Greece
2009 Bruce Dickinson The Greatest H’n H Frontman Ever (No. 2) [144] Roadrunner
Iron Maiden Greatest Metal Band Ever (No. 1) [145] Roadrunner
2009 Bruce Dickinson Official Polymath Title [146] [147] Intelligent Life
2010"Run to the Hills"Top 100 Greatest Guitar Riffs Ever (No. 5) [148] Digital Dream Door
Nicko McBrain, Clive Burr The Greatest Metal Drummers Ever (No. 6, No. 20) [149] Digital Dream Door
2011Iron Maiden BME Flight 666 Exposition (London) [150] British Music Experience
2011"Hallowed Be Thy Name"Top 100 Greatest Metal Songs (No. 1) [151] Digital Dream Door
"Hallowed Be Thy Name"Top 100 Greatest Epic Songs Ever [152] Digital Dream Door
2011 Adrian Smith, Dave Murray Top 20 Greatest Metal Guitarists Ever (No. 11) [153] Music Radar
2011 Iron Maiden Top 10 Greatest Metal Bands of All Time by Readers (No. 4) [154] The Rolling Stone USA
2012The Number of the BeastBest Album of the Last 60 Years (No. 1) [155] HMV
2013 The Number of the Beast , Powerslave Top 10 Best Metal Albums of the ‘80s by Readers (No. 4, No. 10) [156] The Rolling Stone USA
2014 Iron Maiden Top 100 Greatest Debut Albums Ever [157] Digital Dream Door
2014"Where Eagles Dare", Nicko McBrain 101 Greatest Drum Intros Ever (No. 10) [158] Rhythm
2015 Seventh Son of a Seventh Son Top 10 Heavy Metal Concept Albums (No. 4) [159] Guitar World
2015 The Book of Souls Album of the Year (No. 1) [160] Metal Hammer UK
2015 The Number of the Beast , Powerslave , Live After Death , Piece of Mind , Iron Maiden Top 50 Greatest Metal Albums Ever (No. 2, No. 10, No. 29, No. 31, No. 35) [161] Music Radar
2016 The Book of Souls 50 Best Albums of 2015 (No. 1) [162] Classic Rock
The Book of Souls Albums of the Year 2015 (No. 2) [163] Kerrang!
The Book of Souls20 Best Metal Albums of 2015 (No. 1) [164] Loudwire
"Empire of the Clouds"20 Best Metal Songs of 2015 (No. 1) [165] Loudwire
The Book of Souls 2015: A Year In Metal - The Critics' Poll (No. 1) [166] Metal Hammer
The Book of Souls Die Soundcheck-Tops 2015 (No. 2) [167] Metal Hammer Germany
The Book of Souls 20 Best Metal Albums of 2015 (No. 5) [168] Rolling Stone
The Book of Souls Top 20 Albums of 2015 (No. 2) [169] Ultimate Classic Rock
2017Iron Maiden BME Eddie the Head Icon Presentation (Liverpool) [170] [171] [172] British Music Experience
2017"Where Eagles Dare"Top 100 Greatest Metal Vocals Performances Ever (No. 6) [173] Digital Dream Door
Iron MaidenTop 100 Best Power Metal Bands Ever (No. 1) [174] Digital Dream Door
Bruce Dickinson, Paul Di'Anno The Greatest Metal Vocalists Ever (No. 2, No. 91) [175] Digital Dream Door
Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden)The Greatest Vocalists Ever (No. 17) [176] Digital Dream Door
Steve Harris (Iron Maiden)Top 100 Greatest Metal Bassists (No. 2) [177] Digital Dream Door
The Number of the Beast Top 100 Greatest Albums Ever [178] Digital Dream Door
Live After Death Top 100 Greatest Double Albums Ever [179] Digital Dream Door
2017 Bruce Dickinson Top 10 Greatest Metal Vocalists of All Time (No. 3) [180] GIBSON
Iron Maiden Top 10 Greatest Metal Bands of All Time (No. 1) [181] GIBSON
2017Iron MaidenBest Band All Times (No. 1) [182] Metal Hammer Germany
2017"Hallowed Be Thy Name"Best Metal Songs Ever (No. 1) [183] Metal Hammer UK
2017 The Number of the Beast, Iron Maiden, Powerslave, Piece of Mind Top 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time (No. 4, No. 13, No. 38, No. 51) [184] The Rolling Stone USA
2018 The Number of the Beast , Powerslave , Seventh Son , Killers , Iron Maiden , Piece of Mind The 50 Best Albums of ’80s (No. 4, No. 6, No. 7, No. 23, No. 24, No. 33) [185] Louder Sound
2018 Dave Murray 15 Best Metal Guitarists Right Now (No. 11) [186] Music Radar
2018 Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden)Best Metal Drummer In The World (No. 1) [187] Rhythm
2018 Live After Death Top 10 Essential Live Albums Ever (No. 1) [188] Revolver Magazine
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