Tuesday, 21 October 2014Watch Biff's Podcast about the upcoming tour starting 25th October:
Friday, 03 October 2014
Tuesday, 23 September 2014Stormzone will not be appearing with Saxon on British tour dates.
Monday, 01 September 2014
HALCYON WAY is a modern metal band from Atlanta, GA (USA) known for punishing riffs & grooves, huge hooks, high energy live shows, and for seamlessly mixing multiple styles of metal. For fans of Nevermore, Evergrey, All That Remains, Stryper & Queensryche, the focus is on heavy riffs, thrashy beatdowns, and above all, solid songwriting with unforgettable choruses.
Since the successful releases of their last 2 albums, "Building The Towers" & "IndoctriNation", HALCYON WAY has done several successful high-profile tours in Europe and the US, with Saxon, Fozzy (twice), Fates Warning, U.D.O., and Delain, and is currently booked for month-long run with Saxon and Skid Row in fall of 2014.
Thursday, 21 August 2014It was an epic moment when Dave Mustaine joined us on stage at BLOODSTOCK 2014.
Wednesday, 13 August 2014
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Sunday, 10 August 2014Watch the Saxon Wacken Open Air 2014 Show on German TV.
Monday, 04 August 2014
it's the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War today. I'm writing a new song (work in progress) about the First World War, working title "The Kingdom Of The Cross." Anyway, thought I'd post it as a sign of respect to the fallen on all sides thought I would share it with you.
"Kingdom Of The Cross"
What is this place across the fields where poppies
Stretch and sway
In Flanders days of war are gone but memories still remain
Comrades of their different coats came to fight and die
From all sides they stood and fought and fell beneath the sky
Where is this land where am I now a million spirits cry
A generation loved and lost never asking why
Young men gone
Their countries loss
to The Kingdom of the Cross
It didn't matter much at all to the generals how you died
But to your families back at home You were heroes
Side by side
The unknown soldier never known a cross to mark
But we remember what you did in our hearts you will remain
In the Kingdom of the Cross they lay a generation gone
Remember they were men like us remember every one
Across the somme and Flanders lay a generation gone
Came to fight the war of wars the father and the son
Marching bands chears of joy sent you on your way
To face the bloody battle fields and lives just thrown away
An inch of ground was heavy won and lost too much a price to pay
young men lost their future gone thats all there is to say
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