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Saxon Debut Title Track Of Upcoming New Album "Thunderbolt"

NWBHM legends Saxon will release their new 22nd studio album, "Thunderbolt", on February 2 via Militia Guard (Silver Lining Music). The new outing was once again helmed by producer Andy Sneap, who has previously worked with Judas Priest, Megadeth among others. The album will feature original artwork by longtime Saxon collaborator Paul Raymond Gregory.

An official video for the title track can be seen below:

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