Who doesn't like the Judas Priest classic 'Breaking the Law?' If you're reading this site, you probably can't name many people who don't. After watching this video, you can chalk these two kids up as the future of Priest fans!
Here we have two very different singers, but each is a master of their craft. Rob Halford has laid down some of the most devastating shrieks with Judas Priest while Bobby Blitz of Overkill ceases to age and sings with utmost conviction.
Legendary Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton has hit the double-sixes, the boxcars, the almost-number of the beast! What we mean is that today (Oct. 25) is Tipton's 66th birthday. To celebrate the iconic shredder, we've named 'The Ripper' our Video of the Day!
Alright, it's a safe bet that none of us were this cool in elementary school. While everyone else was singing 'The Wheels on the Bus,' these kids were busy practicing some Judas Priest as part of the San Francisco Rock project.
For many musicians, being transformed into a 'Simpsons' character is an honor outweighed only by a Nobel Prize. Many of rock and metal's most iconic figures have been turned yellow by 'Simpsons' animators, and Judas Priest singer Rob Halford is the latest to receive the cartoon treatment.
Judas Priest and Rob Halford are rocking in harmony, but behind the scenes there had been some issues between the band's management and Halford's longtime rep John Baxter, who took legal action against the group claiming breach-of-contract. However, Law360.com reports that the two sides have settled their differences.
Former Judas Priest guitarist K.K. Downing has been relatively quiet since his departure from the iconic heavy metal act in 2011. After 41 years of making heavy metal, Downing put down his axe and bid farewell to Judas Priest, which he recently addressed in a new interview.
Loudwire has teamed up with Consequence of Sound's Rock It Out! Blog to bring you the biggest and best hard rock and heavy metal news all in one place! In this first video recap, we speak with Rock It Out! Blog's Sami Jarroush about Stone Temple Pilots, Nine Inch Nails, Judas Priest and Tool!
Metal fans rejoice! British titans Judas Priest have officially completed the writing process for their new album and have started the recording process, producing the album themselves. In addition to this good news, the band has also joined the ranks for the next edition of Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp, which already boasts a host of other metal gods like Zakk Wylde, Rudy Sarzo, Lita Ford and Vinny Appice.
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