First, they perform on 'American Idol' and now Judas Priest follow up that prime time performance with a spot on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.' The band performed 'Breaking the Law' on the show last night, but they returned to the stage for a second song, 'You've Got Another Thing Comin',' which was a web exclusive performance. You can watch it below and take in all that Priest
Often when a person begins a statement "with all due respect," it's safe to assume that what's about to be said could be interpreted as less than respectful. And when an ex-bandmate is involved?
Last night (Sept. 15) during a concert in Brazil, Judas Priest vocalist Rob Halford fell off his Harley after driving it onstage. The Metal God rode his motorcycle onto the stage as the band were about to play 'Hell Bent for Leather' during their first encore of the show. As he attempted to get his balance after stopping the Harley, Halford toppled over to his side as the weight of the bike got the best of him.
Judas Priest have influenced generations of heavy metal bands. Heck, Anthrax even named a song 'Judas Priest' on their forthcoming album, 'Worship Music.' So when it came time to assemble a new definitive collection of classic material, who better than guys like Metallica and Slash to pick the tracks?
So much for saying goodbye! Judas Priest, who are embarking on a farewell tour aptly dubbed 'The Epitaph World Tour,' may be hanging up their laminates and tour knapsacks, but they are still writing new material for an album due in 2012. In fact, singer Rob Halford reveals that he and guitarist Glenn Tipton have penned at least 12 new songs.
Legendary Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford celebrates his 60th birthday today (Aug. 25). The Harley Davidson-riding rock star is best known for his work with Priest, but he's also accomplished a lot with his solo work (see Ultimate Classic Rock's feature 'Made in Hell' - Lyrics Uncovered) and outside interests. We
Anthrax, Bush and Judas Priest are just a handful of bands that will shoot and score on 'NHL 12.' Each band will contribute a song to the upcoming hockey video game, with Anthrax and Bush using this prime placement as a platform to promote brand new songs. The game is due to drop in North America on Sept. 13.