"Watching The Night Sky", a brand new song from former IRON MAIDEN/WOLFSBANE frontman Blaze Bayley, is available for streaming in the YouTube clip below (uploaded by the band's drummer, Lawrence "Larry" Paterson). The track comes off Bayley's new album, "Promise and Terror", which is scheduled for release on February 1, 2010. The CD is now available to pre-order from Bayley's official web site, with every pre-order signed by the whole band.
"Promise and Terror" track listing:
01. Watching The Night Sky
02. Madness And Sorrow
04. God Of Speed
05. City Of Bones
07. Time To Dare
08. Surrounded By Sadness
09. The Trace Of Things That Have No Words
10. Letting Go Of The World
11. Comfortable In Darkness
Check out the "Promise and Terror" cover artwork below.
Bayley's double live album and live DVD, "The Night That Will Not Die" — recorded on December 13, 2008 at Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland — were released on Blaze Bayley Recordings; the concert was filmed by director Kris McManus and all audio mixed and mastered by producer Jase Edwards.
On September 25, the book "At The End Of The Day" was released. This follows the story of "Blaze" Bayley Cooke from WOLFSBANE to IRON MAIDEN to BLAZE and, ultimately, to the current self-titled BLAZE BAYLEY band. However, this book is not solely about Blaze; rather it tells the story of the entire BLAZE BAYLEY band that is about to begin work on the follow-up to their debut album, "The Man Who Would Not Die". The book traces the history of all the band members, back to their roots in New Zealand, Colombia and…Bristol.
Written by drummer Lawrence "Larry" Paterson, who has previously authored ten books on a completely unrelated subject — Second World War U-boats — this book offers a unique insight into the history of Blaze Bayley, the man and the band, as well as the inner workings and adventures of a band on the road and in the studio. The author takes us from the early beginnings of WOLFSBANE in the mid-1980s, through the dizzying heights of touring with IRON MAIDEN to the triumphs and tragedies that lead right up to 2009, before offering the reader a glimpse into what lies ahead.