British Heavy Metal legends Saxon are thrilled to announce a full UK headline tour in November 2022. General sale will go live on Friday, 10:00 AM GMT on all main platforms, including www.myticket.co.uk and www.saxon747.com. Frontman Biff Byford comments: “Can’t wait to get out on a real tour again, it’s gonna be monumental! See you […] …Continue Reading

British Heavy Metal legends Saxon have released the second single, Remember the Fallen, from their upcoming album, Carpe Diem – set for release February 4 via Silver Lining Music. “I wanted to write a song about Covid, about the people that have died, and give my perception of how it seemed to happen” offers Biff Byford. “Certain aspects of it all […] …Continue Reading

Father/son power-house Heavy Water release the heartfelt single Tree In The Wind today, which is taken from their debut album, Red Brick City, out now via Silver Lining Music. Tree In The Wind is evocative, delicate, yet delivers a powerful uplifting message. The track is completely different to that of both Byford’s previous musical endeavours, clearly displaying the […] …Continue Reading

One great thing to come out of lockdown was the amount of different musical collaborations musicians came up with, but there’s perhaps none better than the pairing of Saxon’s Biff Byford with his son Seb to create Heavy Water.
Blending a plethora of styles and influences, Heavy Water recently release their debut album Red Brick City, a collection of songs featuring gritty, hard edged riffs topped with rich, raunchy and blues soaked vocals that combine to create an entertaining and eclectic mix of songs that pays homage to the past, present and future of this musically rich family.
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Legendary British heavy metal warriors Saxon loudly continue unveiling their Inspirations covers project with the release of second single “Speed King”.
 
“Speed King” was originally released by Deep Purple from their classic 1970 album Deep Purple In Rock.
 
“Without ‘Speed King’ there would be no ‘Motorcycle Man’,” said Biff Byford when explaining the…Continue Reading