Judas Priest have released another new piece of footage from the band’s upcoming Battle Cry DVD. Performing in front of a gigantic crowd at Germany’s 2015 Wacken Open Air festival, Priest crank through “The Hellion / Electric Eye.”

Judas Priest’s Battle Cry CD/DVD/Blu-Ray looks like it could be the most epic live recording of the iconic band’s history. Priest have already put out timeless live footage like 1982’s Live Vengeance, but with guitarist Richie Faulkner reinvigorating Priest and Rob Halford tapping into his greatest live vocal chops of the 21st century, Battle Cry appears to be an essential piece of the band’s long history. If you need more proof, check out the band's performance of "Metal Gods," which we recently premiered right here at Loudwire.

The Wacken performance took place in front of an overwhelming 85,000 metalheads. Mix that incredible atmosphere with flawless sound and a mind-blowing light show and you’ve got Battle Cry. The DVD and Blu-ray version will also contain three bonus tracks shot in Gdansk, Poland, on Dec. 10, 2015.

Battle Cry will see a March 25 release via Epic Records. To pre-order Battle Cry, click here. Check out “The Hellion / Electric Eye” in the clip above and see the full track listing below.

Judas Priest, Battle Cry CD Track Listing:

01. (Intro) Battle Cry
02. Dragonaut
03. Metal Gods
04. Devil's Child
05. Victim Of Changes
06. Halls Of Valhalla
07. Redeemer Of Souls
08. Beyond The Realms Of Death
09. Jawbreaker
10. Breaking The Law
11. Hell Bent For Leather
12. The Hellion
13. Electric Eye
14. You've Got Another Thing Coming
15. Painkiller

Judas Priest, Battle Cry DVD/Blu-ray Track Listing:

01. (Intro) Battle Cry
02. Dragonaut
03. Metal Gods
04. Devil's Child
05. Victim Of Changes
06. Halls Of Valhalla
07. Turbo Lover
08. Redeemer Of Souls
09. Beyond The Realms of Death
10. Jawbreaker
11. Breaking The Law
12. Hell Bent For Leather
13. The Hellion
14. Electric Eye
15. You've Got Another Thing Coming
16. Painkiller
17. Living After Midnight

Bonus tracks:

18. Screaming For Vengeance
19. The Rage
20. Desert Plains

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