JUDAS PRIEST PREVIEW A NEW SONG CALLED “HALLS OF VALHALLA” ONLINE
Judas Priest–who are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year–will release their new album, Redeemer of Souls, on July 15th through Epic Records.
In anticipation, the group has teamed with Revolver to premiere a preview video for another song off the LP. In addition to featuring an extended sample of the song, titled Halls of Valhalla, the clip also showcases vocalist Rob Halford and guitarist Glenn Tipton discussing the tune. Watch it below.
Judas Priest have also released the title track and March of the Damned for streaming.
Now that sounded great! The first two tracks they released did not grab me, but this sounds like unrestrained Priest.
In order to drive sells of the bonus track cd they need to release a bonus track next.
You must be so excited!
I love Angel of Retribution but was not crazy about the Nastradamas album. This sounds like exactly what I was hoping for with Priest! This is going to be great!!
I am just happy that my favorite band is still around. That, in itself, make me excited 🙂
Sounds pretty solid! Way to go Mr. Halford! I always liked KK Downing, and I still wish he was in the band, but honestly Ritchie is sounding killer on these last two previews. Remember what a kick in the ass Scott Travis gave them? Sounds like Ritchie is doing a little bit of the same. I don’t know what made me think of this just now, but “The Sentinel” is one hell of an awesome song. The “dueling” guitar solos in that one are epic.
I thought about that too–first album without KK. I wonder how this will affect the chemistry? More like transform it because KK’s and Tipton’s twin styles were part of what makes Priest immediately recognizable (and Halford’s voice of course). When Travis joined as the drummer, it certainly changed the energy in the band, but they had changed drummer’s before. We will see–whatever happens, I am sure its going to be great!
As your Priest Pilot, another new taste of a single from http://www.skullsnbones.com
Single is called “Crossfire”
Has a bluesy feel to it!
Thanks co-pilot Louis, I just got it from Noisecreep.