Saxon Release Single and video for “The Pilgrimage;” announce release date for new album, “Carpe Diem” Feb03

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Saxon Release Single and video for “The Pilgrimage;” announce release date for new album, “Carpe Diem”

Hot on the heels of their 40th Anniversary Castles and Eagles shows at sold out venues (iconic Manchester O2 Apollo and London Hammersmith Eventim Apollo), British Heavy Metal legends Saxon release the third single, “The Pilgrimage”, taken from their new album, Carpe Diem (OUT February 4th via Silver Lining Music).
“Pilgrimage is a fantastic word” says Byford, “People go on pilgrimages all the time, not just in a historical or religious sense, but it’s about going and visiting either a place that you feel is special in your life or somebody that’s meant something in your life. You can go on a pilgrimage to go see your great grandfather who died in the First World War for instance. They’re journeys of great weight and importance.”
Listen To/Watch “The Pilgrimage” here
Listen To/Watch the recently released “Remember the Fallen” and “Carpe Diem (Seize the Day)” at this location
Not resting on their laurels, SAXON have recently announced a string of UK dates to their SEIZE THE DAY WORLD TOUR:
FRI 11 NOV – Ipswich Regent Theatre
SAT 12 NOV – Southampton O2 Guildhall
SUN 13 NOV – Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
MON 14 NOV – Cardiff St. David’s Hall
TUE 15 NOV – Bath Forum
WED 16 NOV – Cambridge Corn Exchange
FRI 18 NOV – Newcastle O2 City Hall
SAT 19 NOV – Backburn King George’s Hall
SUN 20 NOV – Aberdeen Music Hall
MON 21 NOV – Glasgow Barrowland
TUE 22 NOV – Hull City Hall
WED 23 NOV – York Barbican
FRI 25 NOV – Leicester De Montfort Hall
SAT 26 NOV – London Roundhouse
General Ticket sales start 4th February at 10 AM UK Time at https://myticket.co.uk/artists/saxon
*European dates soon to be announced
Produced by Andy Sneap (Judas PriestExodusAccept and Priest guitarist) at Backstage Recording Studios in Derbyshire with Byford and Sneap mixing and mastering, Carpe Diem strikes the ear as one of the most essential British metal statements of the last few years and not lacking in pace or bite, an album which will ignite the joy in stalwart supporters and attract a whole new legion to the Saxon fold.