judaspriest640 Judas Priest began their Redeemer of Souls tour in Rochester, N.Y. on October 1st.

The band’s reported set list was as follows:

1. Dragonaut
2. Metal Gods
3. Devil’s Child
4. Victim Of Changes
5. Halls Of Valhalla
6. Love Bites
7. March Of The Damned
8. Turbo Lover
9. Redeemer Of Souls
10. Beyond The Realms Of Death
11. Jawbreaker
12. Breaking The Law


13. Hell Bent For Leather

Encore 2:

14. You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’
15. Living After Midnight
16. Defenders Of The Faith

View some fan filmed footage below.

Redeemer Of Souls, was released on July 8th and landed at the number six position on The Billboard 200 chart.


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  • Rich tracy on

    Judas priest put on an amazing performance in k.c.. Kanas city was buzzing due too game 1 of the world series.the arvest theatre at the midland kicks ass.. The metal gods played loud and heavy.. Setlist l
    Better live than on paper.. K.C priest fans were all in.. 25 hundred sounded like 5 thousand.. Judas priest could of filmed the show.. Halford claimed he and band were having a blast.. And hoped k.c would win the world series judas priest”s 90 minute set was fast and furious.. The priest seemed impressed by the kanas city crowd.. And I”m from St.Louis Missouri.. I spent 300 hundred dollars for the entire to see judas priest in k.c worth every penny.

  • Chris on

    I’m really disappointed at some glaring setlist omissions. Nothing from Painkiller, seriously? I would love to hear Rob do some of the Tim Owens material too but apparently that’s not meant to be. “The Ripper”, “Exciter”, “The Sentinel” are all missing in action too. Priest are legends and I have to goto this show, but that setlist is ‘meh at best. Speaking of which, they need to ditch that second encore entirely. Fans have heard those songs a million times and Priest have played them a million times. I would really like to see Priest do something more exciting to end the show.

    • Eddie on

      I love bands doing obscure stuff but the masses would go insane if Priest didn’t play the hits. And why would they ever have Halford, with the catalog they have with him, sing songs from two albums that did not do well from the guy that replaced him? Respectfully that makes no sense! Priest are in a position that many would love to have. Too many great songs and albums and impossible to make all happy. Which is why for every Jawbreaker there has to be a Breaking The Law.

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