Fans of Judas Priest who have been waiting to hear their upcoming album will have to wait no longer as the band has released Redeemer Of Souls, the title track from their upcoming album.
The album is set for release on July 14th and guitarist Glenn Tipton has promised fans of their old sound that they will be delighted with the new album.
“Sometimes in the past we may have come under fire for being too adventurous musically – so we have listened. From start to finish, Redeemer Of Souls is 18 songs of pure classic Priest metal.”
This is the first album from the band since KK Downing left the band in 2011 and was replaced by Richie Faulkner.
Frontman Rob Halford last month said: “Whenever we make an album you put your heart and soul into it. It’s not an easy thing to do 40 years later.
“But Priest has always been up for the challenge of that. It’s one of the things we love to do more than anything else. This is a great time – 40th anniversary, a brand new record. Life couldn’t be better.”
It is unlikely the band will embark on a large scale tour for this album as they announced their Epitaph trek tour that ended in 2012 would be their last big tour, but you never now.
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