British heavy metal legends Saxon already revealed one official video "Battering Ram" a couple of months ago. The band now shares a new lyric video for the song "Queen Of Hearts", which can be seen down below. It comes from band's upcoming studio album, Battering Ram, out on October 16th through UDR Music.
UK heavy metallers Saxon have shared a brand new video for the upcoming single and album of the same name, Battering Ram. "Battering Ram" is the title track from the band's upcoming 21st full-length album, due out on October 16th through UDR Music. If you want to hear new material from the veteran band, just click play on the video below for a first taste of the new record.
UK heavy metallers Saxon are busy in the making of a video for the upcoming single "Battering Ram", due out August 28th. "Battering Ram" is the title track from the band's upcoming 21st full-length album, due out October 16th through UDR Music.
The follow-up to 2013's Sacrifice and heavy metal veterans Saxon's 21st album will be called Battering Ram, says frontman Biff Byford, who expects the album to be released this autumn by October. Byford says that the album is nearing completion with a few last details to take care of.
Legendary British metallers Girlschool are gearing up to tour North America for the first time in 20 years, and it's happening this May. Girlschool will be previewing tracks from its new album, Guilty As Sin, set for release later this summer via UDR Music and, as a special treat, will be selling a special-edition EP titled Propaganda!.
Saxon's drummer Nigel Glockler has had a rough time. He was rushed to the hospital and underwent an operation to address a brain aneurysm. A second procedure took place after the first was unsuccessful. The good news is that he will be released from the hospital tomorrow and is much better. Also, the heavy metallers hired Sven Dirkschneider, who is the son of Udo Dirkschneider (Accept, U.D.O.), as their new live drummer until Nigel Glockler recovers fully.
Heavy metallers Saxon were currently touring in the UK. However, the band has informed that their drummer Nigel Glockler was rushed to the hospital in Newcastle. The group has been forced to postpone all UK shows to February 2015 due to his health issues as Nigel has been taken ill. Hopefully, Nigel Glockler can recover from this.
British heavy metal veterans Saxon will enter the studio in early 2015 to begin recording the follow-up to 2013's Sacrifice for a late summer release. In a recent interview, singer Biff Byford announced that the new album is planned to be released around August or September next year.
British heavy metal legends Saxon have commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to 2013's Sacrifice album. In a recent interview, frontman Biff Byford confirmed that the band has been working on their next album and he is also working on a solo album himself. He expects the new Saxon album and his solo output to be released in 2015.
British heavy metal outfit Hell have just been announced to play alongside the mighty Saxon on a two week long UK tour commencing on November 30th this winter. The band will be showcasing their latest album Curse & Chapter, released last year and nominated for Best Heavy / Melodic Metal Album on Metal Storm Awards 2013.
Warriors Of The Road World Tour! That's right, British heavy metal veterans Saxon have announced a first part of their massive world tour, to begin in the end of October, 2014 in Athens, Greece. Supporting Saxon on several dates will be Americans Skid Row, while other support groups will be confirmed additionally. The list of tour dates can be seen under the flyer.
Heavy metallers Saxon have released a new lyric video for the orchestral version of "The Eagle Has Landed", taken from their recent Unplugged And Strung Up release. This video features live footage of the band from Wacken and also some animation. What do you think about the orchestral take on their classic song?
British heavy metal legends Saxon have released their brand new video for the acoustic version of "Frozen Rainbow" which is a special reworking of a classic Saxon tune from the band's 1979 self-titled debut album, taken from their new collection Unplugged And Strung Up now in stores via UDR Music. You can enjoy the group's performance below.
As previously reported here, British heavy metal legends Saxon will release a new compilation album titled Unplugged And Strung Up set now for release on November 18th, 2013. The band has also revealed the artwork of the release which contains alternative takes on classic Saxon tunes.
British heavy metal legends Saxon have produced a series of alternative takes on the band's classic favourites that will be released under the name Unplugged And Strung Up. It will contain a selection of unique, fresh and adventurous interpretations of 14 songs.