Andy C. Saxton

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Andy C. Saxton
Saxton at a BAFTA Screening in London
Saxton at a BAFTA Screening in London
Background information
OriginWatford, England
GenresRock, Progressive Metal, Acoustic, Solo Bass
Occupation(s)Musician, producer, film composer
Years active1996-Current
LabelsMighty Atom Records
Visible Noise
Plastic Head Distribution
Powerage Records
Associated actsCry For Silence
First Signs of Frost
New Device
Amour Propre
The Reunion

Andy C. Saxton is a musician, producer and film composer[1] from Watford, England. He has worked alongside many famous bands and musicians including Bon Jovi, Sepultura, Alexisonfire, Jimmy Eat World.[2] Saxton was also the bassist for the Progressive Metal band Cry For Silence for eight years with the new [3]Slipknot bassist Alessandro Venturella.[3] Saxton has played on albums with Ryan Richards from Funeral For a Friend and Charlie Simpson from Busted/Fightstar[4]


According to an interview published in Bass Guitar magazine,[5] Saxton's main influences are Alain Caron, Jaco Pastorius, Ryan Martinie, Stuart Zender, Les Claypool and Flea.



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  4. ^ "A Souvenir From Italy Feat. Charlie Simpson - Cry For Silence Lyrics, Song Meanings, Videos, Full Albums & Bios". SonicHits. Retrieved 30 March 2016.
  5. ^ "Bassically speaking: Andy Saxton, The Reunion". Bass Guitar magazine. Retrieved 30 March 2016.
  6. ^ "Cry For Silence - Through The Precious Words". Retrieved 30 March 2016.
  7. ^ "Cry For Silence – The Longest Day E.P". Retrieved 30 March 2016.
  8. ^ "CRY FOR SILENCE RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM 10th MARCH". Retrieved 30 March 2016.
  9. ^ " (UK): Music CDs, DVDs, Vinyl, Books, Accessories and other Music Merchandise". Retrieved 30 March 2016.
  10. ^ "'The Shape Of Things To Come' is the upcoming EP from melodic tech-rock quintet First Signs Of Frost". Retrieved 11 August 2017.