Judas Priest have released a lyric video for the song, Never The Heroes, from their forthcoming album, Firepower, which will be released on March 9th. Listen to the track, below.

Never The Heroes by Judas Priest on VEVO.

Additionally, the band will be signing copies of Firepower on March 19th at 6:00 p.m at the Sony Square NYC (25 Madison Avenue) in New York City.

Firepower track listing (click on highlighted titles to hear the song):

1. Firepower
2. Lightning Strike
3. Evil Never Dies
4. Never The Heroes
5. Necromancer
6. Children of the Sun
7. Guardians
8. Rising From Ruins
9. Flame Thrower
10. Spectre
11. Traitors Gate
12. No Surrender
13. Lone Wolf
14. Sea of Red

Judas Priest 2018 Firepower tour dates;

Mar 13: Wilkes Barre Mohegan Sun Arena At Casey Plaza, PA
Mar 15: Youngstown Covelli Centre, OH
Mar 17: Uniondale Nassau Coliseum, NY
Mar 18: Washington The Anthem, DC
Mar 20: Newark Prudential Center, NJ
Mar 22: Uncasville Mogehan Sun Arena, CT
Mar 23: The Palladium Worcester, MA
Mar 25: Ottawa The Arena At TD Place, ON
Mar 27: London Budweiser Gardens, ON
Mar 28: Oshawa Tribute Communities Centre, ON
Mar 30: Rama Casino Rama, ON
Mar 31: Detroit Masonic Temple, MI

Apr 3: Milwaukee Riverside Theater, WI
Apr 5: Green Bay Resch Center, WI
Apr 8: Bloomington Grossinger Motors Arena, IL
Apr 10: Casper Events Center, WY
Apr 11: Loveland Budweiser Events Center, CO
Apr 15: Kent ShoWare Center, WA
Apr 17: Portland Veterans Memorial Coliseum, OR
Apr 19: San Francisco The Warfield, CA
Apr 22: Los Angeles Microsoft Theatre, CA
Apr 24: Phoenix Comercia Theatre, AZ
Apr 26: Tulsa BOK Center, OK
Apr 28: Dallas Bomb Factory, TX
Apr 29: Sugarland Smart Financial Centre, TX

May 1: San Antonio Freeman Coliseum, TX

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  • D.J.H on

    Well I’ve been quite critical of the stuff that has been put out post-K.K retirement. On the previous single releases, Firepower and Lightning Strikes, I’ve commented on how they are more Halford-solo than Judas Priest.

    However this one….this DOES sound like Judas Priest. This is difinately a Glenn Tipton riff. It has, I feel, a bit of the same vibe that “Worth Fighting For” on Angel of Retribution had.

    I have to admit it: I actually like the sound of this one.

    • Dana on

      I agree with you, D.J.H.,

      This one sounds more like classic Priest.


    • D.J.H on

      Hey Dana

      Speaking of the other two songs I mentioned, Firepower and Lightning Strikes, I found these on Youtube. Somebody has taken these songs and played with them to make them sound as if they were released on the Painkiller album. I think they sound better done like this than they do the upcoming production.

      Here’s Firepower done with Painkiller production:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-A2JFxSlZUE

      Here’s Lightning Strikes done with Painkiller production: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_j0yUtgFPw

      There are some others but I’ve not listened to them yet. Hope you and the other visitors to the website like them as well.

    • Dana on

      Thank you, D.J.H,

      That was interesting. If you find any that take new new Priest songs and fashion them in the sound of my favorite album, Screaming For Vengeance, I am all in. 😉


  • tasnam on

    Webmaster – Missing MASS date….23rd

    • Dana on

      Thanks you, Tasnam

      Weird, I cut and pasted those dates from a previous story and the dates were sent from official press release.


  • Keith G on

    I am really liking this song! Can’t wait for FIREPOWER to be released! I hope they add some more dates closer to where I live!

  • Greg in H2Otown on

    Five more days until the face ripping and ear destroying commences at show numero uno in Wilkes-Barre for this defending metal maniac!

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