Heavy metal icons Judas Priest will be unleashing their 17th studio album overall, Redeemer Of Souls, next month, and Priest will be touring the US in the fall, with dates running throughout October and for most of November. Steel Panther will be the special guests for all the dates. Recently, the band has also released previews of two other new tracks: "Metalizer" and "Battle Cry". You can check them out below as well.
After several snippets of new songs, Judas Priest finally give us today another full new song from Redeemer Of Souls. The heavy metallers just premiered "Dragonaut" which is also the song that opens the album. All you have to do is click play on the video available below and enjoy the song.
Judas Priest just revealed today another preview of a new song from Redeemer Of Souls. This time, you can listen below to a sample of "Dragonaut". In the last few days, the band also revealed previews of the songs "Crossfire" and "Halls Of Valhalla", which you can also hear here now if you still haven't.
Today you get to listen to Judas Priest's second single off Redeemer Of Souls, their long-awaited new album which follows Nostradamus. The band already released a snippet of the song "March Of The Damned" but now you can enjoy it in full. Just click play on the YouTube clip available below which also features an introduction from guitarist Glenn Tipton. Are you pleased with the song?
It turns out that the artwork revealed by Judas Priest so far was just for the single Redeemer Of Souls as today the heavy metal legends unveil the full cover art that will grace their new album of the same name. Just yesterday, the band released a preview of their new song "March Of The Damned." Take a look at the shiny album cover art here.
After releasing the first single of their new Redeemer Of Souls album recently, today Judas Priest lifts the veil on another new song to be featured on the album. This one is called "March Of The Damned" and you can hear a snippet of it on the video below. Don't forget that the forthcoming album Redeemer Of Souls will be available on July 14th in the UK and July 15th in the US.
British metal legends Judas Priest start this week with a bang. They have unveiled the artwork for their upcoming new album, Redeemer Of Souls which is set for a July 11th-16th release in various territories throughout the world. In addition to the revealing of the album title and artwork, the band have also released the title track for listening on their official website. The artwork and the new track are found below.
We already knew that heavy metal legends Judas Priestwere working on their new album, but recently, on their holiday greeting, they confirmed the release of their new album in 2014. This means that after so many years, the band is finally unleashing the successor to Nostradamus, now without founding member and guitarist K.K. Downing.
Recently, heavy metal gods Judas Priest announced the release of their upcoming Epitaph Blu-ray and DVD and released a trailer teasing it. Now they shared professionally filmed video footage of Judas Priest performing the song "Turbo Lover" (from the album Turbo) at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, England in May 2012 which can be seen below.
British heavy metal legends Judas Priest will release a new live concert Epitaph on DVD soon. This live career retrospective will be made available on Blu-ray and separate DVD on May 28th through Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. This release precedes a new studio album by Judas Priest which the band is working on now. The official trailer for Epitaph can be seen here.
Metal gods Judas Priest are busy in the studio working on new music for their upcoming new album. While there is promise to reveal more soon, the forthcoming album will be their first since co-founder K.K. Downing left in 2011 and Richie Faulkner filled in. You can also expect a new live DVD/Blu-ray release from the band from their Epitaph Tour.
On January 24th, Columbia/Epic/Legacy will release a 17-CD box set, The Complete Albums Collection, which contains every studio and live album that featured the classic Judas Priest line-up of Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton, K.K. Downing and Ian Hill.