Saxon's Biff Byford Solo Album Early 2020, Two singles in 2019

October 11, 2019

Saxon's Biff Byford posted a Facebook video Message stating that his new solo album will be released in 2020 and there will be two new singles released in 2019.  The first single will be called Welcome to the Show and the second one will be called School of hard Knocks.

 

Watch Video Message here

Lead singer Biff Byford has been diagnosed with a heart condition that required immediate surgery and a post op recovery period that will last into the New Year. Sources say he is doing fine in recovery.

 

Saxon's Drummer Nigel Glockler  interview with  The Metal Voice about the next Saxon Studio Album," We put an effort in all the albums we do and try not to let anything sub-standard go in. We just started writing the next Saxon Album we have been in a rehearsal studio for a week in the U.K. just getting some ideas together. It's always hard work writing. "

 

He continued. "In terms of musical direction it will be pretty much where we are at with Battering Ram and Thunderbolt but maybe on this album a couple more groove oriented songs. I think those last two albums lacked a little groove. This new one will have a bit more groove, but still heavy.  We are doing writing sessions right now and working through them. We got about 10-11 ideas/songs at the moment.  I'm scheduled to go into the studio to do the drums beginning of November 2019.  In terms of producer nothing official but it's pretty much a given who is going to do it. Nothing official yet. "

 

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