judaspriest640 Judas Priest members guitarist Glenn Tipton, guitarist Richie Faulkner, and the one and only Metal God, himself, Rob Halford were guests on Eddie’s Sirius/XM show, Trunk Nation, on April 5th. Listen to interview below.

Judas Priest recently announced that they will be releasing a new album, Redeemer of Souls in the States on July 15th (click here for dates elsewhere).

Redeemer of Souls track listing:

Redeemer Of Souls (listen here)
Halls Of Valhalla
Sword Of Damocles
March Of The Damned
Down In Flames
Hell & Back
Cold Blooded
Secrets Of The Dead
Battle Cry
Beginning Of The End

Bonus tracks:

Tears Of Blood
Bring It On
Never Forget


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  • Louis W on

    Thanks for posting Dana! You are the best!
    Hail the Mighty Priest!

    • Dana on

      You’re welcome Louis. I agree a thousand percent with the Priest statement!

      D 🙂

  • Lee on

    Hail the Priest in ’86. Yawn in ’14. Why do they wear sunglasses indoors?

    • Frances Bennett on

      Because he is Rob Halford and he can!!! 🙂

  • JC on

    Hoping Priest will hit the big cities on an arena tour this fall… with Queensryche opening for them each night!

  • james perkins on

    If it’s just going to be a another by the numbers Priest “modern metal” album, save us the ready made hoop-la and play Screaming for Vengeance start to finish on the next tour. Redeemer of Souls sounded like Ram it Down, Pain Killer and Angel of Retribution fell into a blender…….Ritchie seemed like he could be a stinging kick in the ass for these guys on the last tour; hopefully it’s not wasted for a trip down ho-hum/here’s your record Priest fan blvd. All I’m asking for are goods you know full well how to deliver; material that stands up w/ what you gave us on Stained Class, Point of Entry, Killing Machine or Screaming for Vengeance. Am I mixing my drinks too strong?? If the rest of the record kicks my ass, I’ll gladly eat the crow; but for now, this post is where I’m at.

    James Perkins
    Houston, Texas

    • Dana on


      You have no idea what Priest performing Screaming for Vengeance in its entirety would mean to me. That is, hands down, my favorite album. I cannot say that enough times, and to the poster’s dismay, I usually do-LOL!

      Dana from EddieTrunk.com 🙂

    • DR on

      Dana what’s your favorite tune from Screamin’?

    • Dana on

      OMG DR, that is really tough question. I would have to say…Bloodstone, but that whole album is sheer perfection.

      Dana 🙂

    • DR on

      Agreed. Immediately after the first listen years ago, I fell in love with Fever. Still love that tune. But as time goes on, I’ve really developed a thing for Electric Eye. Really I shouldn’t as its one of the songs that gets played a tonne. But that guitar riff is one of the nastiest in metal and I still get pumped hearing it. Devil’s Child is another classic.

    • Dana on

      Both Devil’s Child and Fever are great, especially the bridge in Fever where he sings “So, destiny has brought us oh so close together. We run like angels in the night, etc.” Just typing that, made me smile.

      My love for Screaming for Vengeance knows no bounds.

      Dana 🙂

    • staten island clown on

      “Fever” is about some crazy stalker, that is not a love song, that narrative through the song…then he says “I’ll be with you forever.” Yeah, as in eternity. That is what is so great about that record (I have the original vinyl, in good condition), it is commercial but it is also very daring, that record manages to take chances lyrically, be innovative musically and also be very accessible …at the same time! I love the single too, that pre-chorus hook is the best hook they ever came up with. I got it when it first came out, I’ll never forget being completely stunned by the huge leap forward they took when I heard “The Hellion.”

    • james perkins on

      I think every metal fan’s dna was changed forever by that album. Since they gave us the “British Steel” tour, can’t they see their way to epitaphing our ass w/ Screaming too???

      Glad ur feeling me on this Dana! Brew the Metal God some of his favorite tea the next time he stops by & sell him on this!

      All the best,


  • Frances Bennett on

    I am so grateful for Rob Halford . His music has been a part of my life for 30 years. He is so talented and remarkable and he is such an inspiration to me. I have loved every band he has headed…..Priest, Fight, T2O, Halford and I have every band tatooed on my body that’s how much I love him!! Thank you Rob Halford for being such a big part of my life 🙂

    • Dana on


      I feel the same way. The Metal God is my idol.

      Dana from EddieTrunk.com 🙂

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