SAXON Frontman Interviewed On British TV: Video Available

January 25, 2007

SAXON frontman Biff Byford was interviewed by a British TV station about the group's world record attempt in a new category — the largest-ever air guitar ensemble — at Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough ground in the United Kingdom on Saturday (Jan. 20). Watch the interview online at

For more information on SAXON's attempt at a world record, click here.

SAXON will release its new album, "The Inner Sanctum", in Europe on March 5 (Germany: March 2, U.S.: April 3) via SPV Records.

"The Inner Sanctum" will be available as a digipack with a bonus DVD and as a jewel case, featuring a bonus track.

"The Inner Sanctum" limited editon track listing:

01. State of Grace
02. Need for Speed
03. Let Me Feel Your Power
04. Red Star Falling
05. I've Got to Rock (To Stay Alive)
06. If I Was You (album version)
07. Going Nowhere Fast
08. Ashes to Ashes
09. Empire Rising
10. Atila the Hun

Bonus DVD (approximately 50 minutes long):

A Night Out with the Boys:

01. To Hell and Back Again
02. A Night Out with the Boys – The Idea
03. A Night Out with the Boys - Not Really
04. See the Light Shining
05. A Night Out with the Boys - Now It Started
06. Redline
07. Suzie Hold On
08. Stand Up and Be Counted
09. Frozen Rainbow
10. Never Surrender

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