Judas Priest recently revealed plans issue their new 'Epitaph' concert Blu-Ray / DVD and now they're able to tease the forthcoming release with a new trailer. In the clip, the band's members discuss exactly what the trek meant to them as well as teasing some of the cool things about the 'Epitaph' run.
Heavy metal gods Judas Priest have just announced that they will be releasing the new concert Blu-ray/DVD, 'Epitaph.' The upcoming release documents Priest's final 23-song performance of their monstrous 50-week 'Epitaph' world tour, which concluded last year at London's HMV Hammersmith Apollo.
As members of some of rock's biggest acts, they've lived the "rockstar" lifestyle. Now this hard-hitting collective of rockers, who count stints with Judas Priest, Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, the Scorpions and Guns N' Roses on their resumes, will go under the moniker Rockstar for their upcoming tour of Russia.
As Wednesday (March 13) progressed, more and more rockers expressed their admiration and love of late Iron Maiden drummer Clive Burr, who passed away Tuesday night (March 12). The musician, who was part of the classic Iron Maiden lineup, suffered from multiple sclerosis in the later portion of his life, but still remained in contact with his former bandmates.
We finish out the first round of the Devil Horn Region in Loudwire's 2013 March Metal Madness with a matchup feature a pair of enduring metal vets. In one corner, you've got Judas Priest and their 'Screaming for Vengeance' album. In the other, it's Suffocation and their standout effort, 'Effigy of the Forgotten.'
Judas Priest spent much of 2012 reflecting on the past with the 30th anniversary of their landmark 'Screaming for Vengeance' taking most of the headlines. But the time has come to focus on the present, and a new update via the band's website confirms that the group is in fact working on new music.
In announcing their 'An Evening With…' concerts, Halestorm promised that fans would get a chance to see different sides of the band. On Thursday night (Dec. 27) in Philadelphia, the band got a chance to prove it, incorporating cover songs from AC/DC, Judas Priest, Guns N' Roses, Skid Row and more into their set.