After more than two years away from the legendary Judas Priest, guitarist K.K. Downing has become a concert promoter. With the goal in mind of helping young bands reach the heights of iconic acts such as Judas Priest, Downing has created The Future of Heavy Metal promotions.
We've got an incredible exclusive premiere to unleash upon your eyes and ears! Judas Priest are on the eve of releasing their new 'Epitaph' live DVD and Blu-ray. The concert film won't hit stores until May 28, but here's an essential piece of the concert to share with you right now!
Things may be bright and rosy for Five Finger Death Punch, getting to work with the "Metal God" himself Rob Halford on their current single 'Lift Me Up,' but the mood of the track is anything but cheery, as evidenced in the lyric video for the song.
That voice! It's amazing that Rob Halford was able to hit some of those great metal high notes in the first place, but to still be doing it consistently into his 60s is a testament to his iron man status.
Former Judas Priest guitarist K.K. Downing recently took to his official blog to write about his personal contribution to Geoff Tate's Queensryche's new album, 'Frequency Unknown.' Much criticism and controversy is currently whirling around the head of Tate, and Downing addresses his reasoning for the new collaboration, along with a funny story about nearly being killed by a couch.
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.
The Devil Horn Region of 2013's March Metal Madness comes down to Dream Theater's 'Images and Words' taking on Judas Priest's 'Screaming for Vengeance' to advance to the final four as we try to determine the best metal album of all-time.
It's time to bring the heavy! Tool's '90s classic 'Ænima' squares off against Judas Priest's landmark album 'Screaming for Vengeance' in Round 2 of the 2013 March Metal Madness' Devil Horn Region in the battle to determine the greatest metal album ever.
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