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Blaze Bayley started his musical career as the lead vocalist of Wolfsbane. When Bruce Dickinson departed heavy metal band Iron Maiden in 1993, Blaze Bayley was chosen as his replacement. Following Blaze Bayley's departure from Iron Maiden, he formed his own band, BLAZE. In 2000 the band released their debut studio album Silicon Messiah. The album was followed up by Tenth Dimension and the band's first live album, As live as it gets. At the end of 2003, Blaze began writing material for the third studio album, blood & Belief. In February 2007, Blaze Bayley recorded the live DVD album Alive in Poland. In July 2008, Blaze Bayley Band (BBB) released their debut studio album, The Man Who Would Not Die. The album also contained the band's first single, "Robot". The band recorded another DVD live at Z7, The Night That Will Not Die, which was released in March 2009. The 2nd album for the band, Promise and Terror was released on the 1st Feb 2010. Professional reviews have generally been very positive about the album. To promote his new album "The King of Metul", Balze will be touring all over Europe. The line-up for this tour is the same as the line-up for the album: Claudio Tirincanti, Thomas Zwijsen, Andrea Neri and Lehmann