The band's effort 'The Final Frontier' ends the reign of Slim Shady's 'Recovery', which now sits on the second place of the chart.
Heavy rockers Iron Maiden are back at the top of the U.K. album charts with "The Final Frontier". The veteran British band beat hot pop act The Saturdays and The Hoosiers to the top spot.
The rockers end Eminem's run at the top - his "Recovery" falls to second and The Saturdays' "Headlines" enters the new chart at three. Iron Maiden's new release has also hit the number one spot in Sweden and Finland.
Meanwhile, Roll Deep have debuted "Green Light" at the top of the U.K. singles countdown, ahead of collaborations between Eminem and Rihanna ("Love the Way You Lie") and Flo Rida and David Guetta ("Club Can't Handle Me").