That’s right, you unruly ass man.
Steve Harris (no relation), the bassist for Iron Maiden, has a solo album coming soon.
Called British Lion (which, I’m assuming, is the nickname women the world over have given renowned lover Steve), the album’s comprised of ten songs that Steve and his collaborators have been working on for the past few years.
“With a decidedly heavy rock-vibe, this roaring debut paints with a full palette of sounds; brooding, melancholic, righteously indignant and exuberantly heavy,” a press release says.
Harris steps out from Iron Maiden with this new disc, to show he’s more than just a bassist in one of the best band’s ever — he’s his own man.
The album drops September 25 through Universal Music Enterprises (UMe).
It will boast ten songs, including “This Is My God,” “Lost Worlds,” “Karma Killer,” “Us Against The World,” “The Chosen Ones,” “A World Without Heaven,” “Judas,” “Eyes Of The Young,” “These Are The Hands,” and “The Lesson.”
Steve is the only other white dude I know with my last name.
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