Fan Tries To ‘Fix’ IRON MAIDEN’s ‘Senjutsu’ Album

Iron Maiden Senjutsu Fixed

Do you think that new IRON MAIDEN album Senjutsu is unnecessarily too long? Well, apparently, you’re not the only one.

YouTuber Eradicyst has used modern technology in an attempt to “fix” problems and shorten the songs from its “boring” parts.

Video description on his videos reads: “This is for those of you who have issues with the tempo and length of the IRON MAIDEN album, Senjutsu. I have adjusted the tempos to all the different parts of the songs and removed a lot of the repetitive parts. This brought the album from 82 minutes down to 60 minutes and it now sounds like Brave New World era Maiden.

“This was done with love and respect for IRON MAIDEN and I hope you enjoy it. Up the irons, now and forever.”

Check some of the songs he did below.

Senjutsu was released on September 3rd via Parlophone/BMG Records. You can check the album on Amazon here.

For Senjutsu — loosely translated as ‘tactics & strategy’, the band once again enlisted the services of Mark Wilkinson to create the spectacular Samurai themed cover artwork, based on an idea by Steve Harris. And with a running time of a little under 82 minutes, Senjutsu, like their previous record The Book Of Souls, will be a double CD album/triple vinyl album.