“We were in L.A., but we all hated glam,” says Slayer’s Jeff Hanneman in the new book Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History Of Metal. “I was listening to a lot of hardcore, but I still loved classic metal like Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. Show More Summary
AGNETHA FÄLTSKOG, FORMERLY OF ABBA, ON "THE BUBBLE" Agnetha Fältskog might be best know as "the blonde from ABBA," but her musical prowess did...
My husband and I frequent a local bar, who last weekend featured a Judas Priest tribute band. We’re both big fans of Priest, so we were enthusiastic to attend. I asked the bar manager beforehand if it would be okay for me to take photos while the band played. Not every band, and not every [...]
KELLY O DIY JUDAS PRIEST: Barely living after midnight. Cat (THEESatisfaction): There was this show on Mars—I regret not being able to do it. The Lonely Forest: We deeply regret trusting major label executives. Brian Foss (Funhouse owner):...Show More Summary
When you’ve exhausted the marriage playlist, try listening to the top ten most mentioned songs in books, via Publisher’s Weekly. Related posts: The Marriage Playlist What do Talking Heads, The Smiths, Judas Priest, and Blondie... song/book...Show More Summary
As you may have noticed, I’m not a particular fan of heavy metal. Once I hit 17 or 18 and started to explore more thoroughly all the various types of music available, my Black Sabbath and Judas Priest albums went more or less unplayed. Tonight, though, let’s make an exception. Show More Summary
Comedian Dave Hill is a heavy-metal fanatic, and man, does he love him some Judas Priest. So, when the opportunity came to interview the band's lead singer, Rob Halford, for a magazine, he was determined that this encounter would not stop with the Q&A. No, they would have such chemistry ... More »
What do Talking Heads, The Smiths, Judas Priest, and Blondie have in common? They’re all featured in the playlist Jeffrey Eugenides made to accompany the paperback release of his latest novel, The Marriage Plot. The Spotify list is chock full of songs “Madeline, Leonard, and Mitchell might have been listening to in the early 1980s.” [...]Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: The Hood Internet, FAROFF, The Knocks Song: Wax Audio - Lady Judas (Lady Gaga vs Judas Priest Mashup) [download here] What's so good? Honestly, this is probably one of the best mashups I have come across to date. Show More Summary
In The Catch-Up, a longtime fan and a newcomer discuss a TV show, movie, book, music, or other pop-culture item. In this installment, Jason Heller and Keith Phipps discuss Judas Priest’s Screaming For Vengeance, the British metal band’s famed 1982 album, which recently received a deluxe reissue. Jason: Keith, when I visited The A.V. Show More Summary
Judas Priest - Screaming For Vengeance 30th Anniversary EditionColumbia Records/LegacyRay Van Horn, Jr. There's no question why Screaming For Vengeance should appear in your music library. If you're metal, this album should've been one of the first you ever came into contact with. Show More Summary
According to Judas Priest singer Rob Halford, the heavy-metal legends are considering legal action against clothing retailer the GAP over a T-shirt design-which has since been removed from the company's website-that bears an undeniable resemblance to the cover art of...
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By Gladstone Published: September 01st, 2012 My favorite thing about Judas Priest is their rendition of Joan Baez's "Diamonds and Rust." The original, about Baez's failed romance with Bob Dylan, is a beautiful melody sung over an intricately plucked guitar, and my mom played her copy all throug
by John-Henry Westen VATICAN CITY, August 28, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - In his Angelus address Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI spoke of Judas’ betrayal of Christ, saying that Judas’ problem was failing to leave Christ when he no longer believed – a “falsehood,” said the Pope, “which is a mark of the devil.” “Judas,”…
If you thought heavy metal/gay icon Rob Halford was going to join the Chik-Fil-A beatdown, you've got another thing comin'. In an interview with AOL's Noisecreep, Halford not only defended CEO Dan Cathy, but also pro-gay protesters of Chik-Fil-A, and conservatives who have packed Chik-Fil-A's in protest of the protesters. Show More Summary
Rob Halford, the iconic banshee behind the metal mic of Judas Priest, articulated his thoughts on the Chick-Fil-A controversy over at Noisecreep while promoting the upcoming 30th anniversary re-release of his group's celebrated album,...Show More Summary
The Gap has really gotten into ‘80s metal lately, particularly of the leather-clad Rob Halford variety. Unfortunately for Judas Priest, Gap isn’t so into acknowledging where a T-shirt’s image came from or who designed it: As Metal Injection recently...Show More Summary
Metal Injection: Maybe when a GAP designer Doug Johnson stole his idea for the latest boy’s tee design from the Judas Priest classic Screaming for Vengeance, maybe they (wrongfully) assumed no metalheads would notice. Read and comment. From metalinjection.net.