The progressive metal icon spills the details on his wild new orchestral project, 'The Moth,' and reflects on naps, Judas Priest, and why there'll never be a Strapping Young Lad reunion.
They performed a medley of "Painkiller" and "Breaking the Law."
Self-Release/Independent 2016 Steel Messiah is a (somewhat-new) four-piece heavy metal/speed metal band from Germany that lists Judas Priest, Mercyful Fate, and Motörhead as just a few of it's influences. Active since the year 2014,Show More Summary
Rob Halford has turned 65. The longtime Judas Priest frontman was born August 25, 1951, putting him securely in senior citizen status. Halford also shares a birthday with Kiss bassist Gene Simmons, who turned 67. Happy birthday to these two rock gods! Gene Simmons turns 67 today, and Rob Halford turns 65! #metal m/ pic.twitter.com/CrS4iIaKyt... Show More Summary
The classic "Teen Titans" tale by Marv Wolfman and George Perez is being re-interpreted in the pages of Christopher Priest's "Deathstroke."
The British Steel movement in the U.K. during the late '70s and early '80s is perhaps one of the best eras of hard rock. Bands like Judas Priest and Motorhead started making waves in a mostly testosterone-driven genre, however it wasn't just a boys club as Girlschool was there to represent the ladies.
The Judas Priest frontman says the Japanese pop-metallers are "leading the charge into the new frontier of heavy metal."
The unique collaboration featured performances of "Painkiller" and "Breaking The Law".
Babymetal, the popular hybrid J-pop and metal girl group and band, will be performing at the 2016 Alternative Press Music Awards(APMA). Not only that, they will be performing alongside Rob Halford, the singer and songwriter known for being the lead vocalist for Judas Priest. Show More Summary
Requested by Zanox-IFY • Compiled by Martian Shakerdeli 01. N.W.A. - “Dopeman” 02. The Beatles - “Strawberry Fields Forever” 03. Rich Gang ft. Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan - “Lifestyle” 04. Judas Priest - “Breaking the Law” 05. Angel Olsen - “Miranda” 06. Show More Summary
Judas Priest – Battle Cry 2016, Epic Records Buy the album 1. (Intro) Battle Cry 2. Dragonaut 3. Metal Gods 4. Devil’s Child 5. Victim Of Changes 6. Halls Of Valhalla 7. Redeemer Of Souls 8. Beyond The Realms Of Death 9. Jawbreaker 10. Breaking The Law 11. Hell Bent For Leather 12. The Hellion 13. […]
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In 1986, two aspiring Washington, DC, filmmakers lugged their video equipment to a parking lot in Largo, Maryland, where people were coming in to see a Judas Priest concert. They shot footage of hyped-up fans and edited it into a 16-minute documentary called Heavy Metal Parking Lot. Show More Summary
Much like some VHS bootleg of a vintage Judas Priest concert, early on That Metal Show was something headbangers shared with their brethren over a sixer on Saturday nights. Yet a few seasons in, the VH1 Classic program — which in 2008 began beaming classic-metal heroes last heard rocking Fiero stereos...
Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford knows his fans can fill in the blanks. "Breaking the what? Breaking the what?!" It's been over three decades since the archetypal heavy-metal group issued British Steel, home to the band's anthem "Breaking the Law," and an audience at least year's Wacken Open Air festival...
Hypnos bring the bluesiness of Graveyard, the guitar solos of Thin Lizzy, and hooks reminiscent of the catchiest tracks of Judas Priest's catalog.
LAS VEGAS – Jim Miller is no stranger to early ’80s hard rock. His last time out, in July, he walked out to “The Stroke” by Billy Squier. On Thursday, maybe he should consider some vintage Judas Priest.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
At this point, Guitar Hero Live's GHTV function will have 300 songs to choose from this weekend, with 34 new tracks dropping tomorrow. The full list is below, but the obvious highlights include Judas Priest, Tenacious D, Huey Lewis and the News, and Rush. Activision has done right so far by Guitar Hero. Show More Summary