Mick Box Says Uriah Heep's New Album Stays Faithful To Band's Roots

(Classic Rock) Uriah Heep's Mick Box says the band's upcoming 24th album follows a template laid down almost 45 years ago. The guitarist says Outsider - coming in June - remains faithful to the band's roots and adds that their constant cycle of writing, recording and touring is what keeps them happy.

Box says: "Back in 1970 we set the template for what Uriah Heep should sound like and we've kind of kept to that all the way through. I think as long you apply good songs to that template, it will always work. The put together the trademark Heep harmonies, Hammond organ and wah-wah solos and it becomes Heep very quickly.

"Where we're headed in the next few years, we'll go out and play all the 56 countries we tour in and promote the new album. Hopefully along that journey we'll come up with some more ideas for another album. It's a continuous process. more on this story

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