Though they originally formed within the mid-’70s, Barnsley, England’s Son of the Bitch wouldn’t record their first album until 1996. The reason behind this becoming that they merged with another regional music group in 1977, transformed their name to Saxon, and continued to become probably one of the most long lasting icons of the brand new Wave of English ROCK, with over 15 albums with their credit. But by 1995, Boy of the Bitch founders Graham Oliver (guitars), Steve Dawson (bass), and Pete Gill (drums) had been all out of Saxon, and made a decision to finally resurrect their unique moniker by using vocalist Ted Bullet and guitarist Haydn Conway. Soon after the release of the album Sufferer You the next year, the music group once again transformed their name. This time around, inside a blatant try to piss off their older mates, they re-christened themselves Oliver-Dawson Saxon and also have toured sporadically since.