Following their amazing headline show at the Power Trip Festival in Indio, California this past weekend, Judas Priest today announce their new single Panic Attack from their upcoming new studio album Invincible Shield. Stream the song here, and watch a lyric video, below.

The band revealed Invincible Shield on stage in front of approximately 100k excited fans. It is set for release on March 8th, 2024, is available to pre-order here.  

Panic Attack is a classic slice of Judas Priest at their very best; soaring guitars and vocals that will whet the appetites of fans around the globe.

The undisputed hardest working band in metal will also be embarking on a world tour in 2024, the with the UK leg kicking off in Glasgow on March 11th and includes a show at London’s OVO Wembley Arena on March 21st.

Over the past 50 years Judas Priest have sold over 50 million albums worldwide and headlined the world’s biggest stadiums.  With their evolving music and live performances also came a powerful unique identity, a look which has both defined the group and influenced future generations of metal bands the world over.  With each year the Judas Priest legend continues to grow; 2022 saw them inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and complete a sold-out rescheduled world tour in support of their 50th Anniversary.  As we roll into 2024, Judas Priest continue to retain their crown as one of the biggest and best bands in the world.

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  • Michael Minutaglio on

    OMG, Dangerous Toys “Scared” is an EXCELLENT song! No joke, it is in my top 10 80’s era “hair band” songs…Loved that you brought them up!!!

    • Dana on


  • Rattlehead on

    Wrecked Neck, how about Witchfinder General?

    • Dana on

      LOL Rattle,

      Eddie used to get pranked on his old Q show doing the Underground Classic segment, by some guy that would always guess Witchfinder General, and then the one time he did do Witchfinder General, the guy never called-LOL!!

    • Rattlehead on

      Love Witchfinder General! They’ve got that doom sound, like Sabbath.

      And the band took the name from the title of an old British horror movie…. WitchfinderGeneral is perfect for Wrecked Neck’s Halloween themed music playlists.

  • Dana on

    Was Angel Witch mentioned? I am sure it was, by Rattle.

    • Rattlehead on

      Hi Dana, yep, I mentioned Angel Witch. One of my fave NWOBHM bands.

    • elliot goldberg on

      Joan Jett- I love rock and roll… Those were the days!

  • D.J.H on

    Hi Dana

    No worries about the late response. Having heard it again, I’ll also throw in ‘Steeler’ from British Steel as a riff-point-of-reference for this one; notably that classic’s outro riff.

    • Dana on

      All I hear is Rush-LOL.

  • Real Paul Stanley on

    The first 40 seconds of the song and from the 2:58-3:16 mark both have very very similar notes to Tom Sawyer by Rush. Although it’s not an exact copy it is close enough that if Geddy and Alex wanted to push the issue, they could certainly bring it before a judge for plagiarism. However they don’t strike me as being asshats like that. If they’ve listened to it I’m sure they love it. So not an exact plagiarist copy but it is enough to raise an eyebrow. Regardless bands influence each other daily and often incorporate stuff from previous releases into their own works in a unique and non/copying way. Poison’s Nothing But A Good Time is without a doubt built from the Kiss song Deuce. That riff is a classic (Kiss’ Deuce). A good ear can pick that up right away.

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