SAXON: South American/Mexican Tour Dates Confirmed
Veteran British heavy metal band SAXON has lined up the following South American/Mexican tour dates in October:
Oct. 07 - MEX - Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes / Live 'n' Louder Festival
Oct. 08 - MEX - Chihuahua El Quevedo (2)
Oct. 11 - ARG - Buenos Aires Teatro Flores (1)
Oct. 12 - ARG - Buenos Aires Teatro Flores (1)
Oct. 14 - BRA - Sao Paulo Arena Skol Anhembi / Live 'n' Louder Festival
Oct. 15 - BRA - Floroanopolis TBA
(1) w/ STRATOVARIUS
(2) w/ AFTER FOREVER
Steamhammer/SPV released SAXON's brand-new live album, "The Eagle Has Landed Pt. III", in the U.S. on June 27, featuring the first new recordings with drummer Nigel Glockler, who recently returned to the SAXON fold following an extended creative break. "The Eagle Has Landed Pt. III" was recorded by two different line-ups: the cuts from 2004 feature drummer Jörg Michael, the 2005 material presents Nigel Glockler. Consisting, next to Glocker, of founding members Biff Byford (vocals) and Paul Quinn (guitar) plus the long-serving Nibbs Carter (bass) and Doug Scarratt (guitar), SAXON are still one of the hottest contemporary live acts.
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