Saxon Week Finishes with Full Review of New Release "Call To Arms"
7/1/2011 2:05:54 PM by Frank

"England's blue collar NWOBHM pioneers are eternal. Record number nineteen proves that Biff and the boys have the staying power of giants, overcoming and exceeding anyone's criticism or doubts through thirty plus years. The band has been going strong for nearly a decade (I trace triumph back to 2001's "Killing Ground") and this new album weighs in as a huge surprise...Saxon may actually be getting better. Better than ever is the marking of a true champ and "Call To Arms" is indeed the anthem through invitation."

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