Saxon announce UK tour with Girlschool and Fastway

British heavy metal icons, and former RAMzine cover-stars, Saxon are back with a new UK tour celebrating 2015’s album ‘Battering Ram’. Fastway and Girlschool will support.

Legendary front-man Biff Byford had this to say:

“Gonna be a great tour with Fastway and Girlschool…I think this line up is unique, you don’t wanna miss it.  Looking forward to battering some halls… Welcome to the metal church!”

For those who don’t know: Girlschool are British metal’s first ladies, and a favourite of late Motorhead frontman Lemmy.

Fastway features ex-Motorhead guitarist ‘Fast’ Eddie Clarke and UFO bassist Pete Way.

Check out ‘Battering Ram’ by Saxon below:

Dates as follows:

DATE                           CITY                           VENUE

October

28th                             Newcastle                   O2 Academy

29th                             Glasgow                      O2 ABC

30th                             Belfast             Limelight

 

November

1st                               Dublin                         Academy

2nd                              Manchester                 O2 Ritz

3rd                               Bristol                         O2 Academy

5th                               London                        O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

6th                               Wolverhampton          Wulfrun Hall

8th                               Sheffield                      O2 Academy

9th                               Nottingham                 Rock City

About Neale McGeever

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