Silicon Messiah - 2000 - SPV
The Tenth Dimension - 2002 - SPV
As Live As It Gets - 2003 - SPV
Blood And Belief - 2004 - SPV
The Man Who Would Not Die - 2008 – Independent/Die Hard
Promise And Terror – 2010 – Die Hard/Candlelight
The King Of Metal – 2012 – Independent
Infinite Entanglement – 2016 – Independent
Endure And Survive (Infinite Entanglement Part II) – 2017 – Independent
The Redemption of William Black (Infinite Entanglement Part III) – 2018 – Independent
War Within Me – 2021 - Independent
Damaged Strange Different And Live - 2023 - Independent
Circle Of Stone - 2024 - Independent

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History & Biography
When Wolfsbane surprisingly folded and Blaze's career with Iron Maiden ground to a halt because the band could not write good songs at that time, Bayley signed with the Maiden management and released a traditional metal album under his own banner. Album number two appeared two years later.

Blaze was scheduled to hit North America with a spotlight performance at the March Metal Meltdown festival in Irvington, NJ in 2003. The band's live album entitled As Live As It Gets was a two-CD set, which was released by SPV on April first.

Metal Mind Productions would release the first Blaze Bayley DVD. The material entitled Alive In Poland was recorded during the 21st edition of the Metalmania Festival, which took place on 24th April, 2007 in Katowice Poland. The singer would also reunite with Wolfsbane for three songs after his own set at the Rock Of Ages Festival in Tamworth, England on September 9th. Metalhead Music Management apparently dropped Blaze Bayley in April of 2007 from its roster claiming personal and professional differences. The monicker changed from Blaze to Blaze Bayley. Blaze Bayley was interviewed by Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson on the latter singer’s weekly BBC 6 Music radio show on February 15th of 2008. Bayley issued The Man Who Would Not Die on July 7th through his own label. Blaze picked The Night That Will Not Die as the title for its live DVD, which was due in March, 2009 through Blaze Bayley Recordings. The DVD was filmed on December 13, 2008 at Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland. Blaze Bayley was working on an album, called The King Of Metal, due in April, 2012. A European headlining tour in support of the album was to begin in March in Belgium. Blaze Bayley cancelled his show at U.K.'s Planet Rockstock after testing positive for COVID-19 in late 2021. The singer suffered a heart attack in 2023 and was recovering. Spring and summer concerts were cancelled. Blaze Bayley released a live album taped in France and the UK. It was called Damaged Strange Different And Live and was obviously taped prior to his then-recent health issues. The album featured several Maiden songs as well. 2024 brought a new album. It was called Circle Of Stone and available on February 23rd. A video for the title track, featuring a guest appearance by Niklas Stålvind of Wolf, was also available.