140 / 150 Gram Vinyl Record
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The metal legends return with a new studio album!
Featuring "March Of The Damned" and "Redeemer Of Souls"
150-gram double vinyl set; album download included
It's their 17th record overall for the metal legends, their third since scream machine Rob Halford rejoined the band and, most significantly, the first to feature new kid on the rock Richie Faulkner in place of founding guitarist KK Downing, who left in 2011.
There are only a select number of bands that have accomplished what Judas Priest has throughout their career (as well as having served as a stylistic influence on such a wide variety of bands). Now the group — singer Rob Halford, guitarists Glenn Tipton and Richie Faulkner, bassist Ian Hill and drummer Scott Travis — return with more classic Judas Priest metal with the release of Redeemer of Souls.
"We feel Redeemer of Souls reinforces our passion for what we believe in from the Judas Priest style heavy metal," the band says, about the new release. Fans are undoubtedly starved for more Priest (their last studio album 'Nostradamus' was released in 2008).
"'Dragonaut' sets out the stall early. Poetic in its relative simplicity, it's chock-full of those guitar riffs that somehow sneer at you, entwined with the edgy melodies and sci-fi bombast that made 'Electric Eye' and 'Painkiller' firm favorites many years ago. 'Halls Of Valhalla' tempts one to use the description of 'cliché'. But Priest don't do cliché — Priest are the unapologetic source material from which heavy metal parody is derived. If you think you'll find a more metal opening this year than Halford's wail of 'Val-hall-aaaaaargh!,' you've got another thing comin', if you'll pardon the expression." - Drownedinsound.com
|Redeemer of Souls|
|Halls of Valhalla|
|Sword of Damocles|
|March of the Damned|
|Down in Flames|
|Hell & Back|
|Secrets of the Dead|
|Beginning of the End|