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Judas Priest

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About Judas Priest
Genres:
Metal, Heavy Metal
Hometown:
Birmingham, England

TURBO 30 is being released February 3rd 2017. Pre-order your copy now: http://smarturl.it/JPD2C_Turbo30
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Fan Live Reviews
Renee
Uncasville, CT@
Mohegan Sun Arena
May 17th 2019
Always a pleasure to see and hear these guys with their hard hitting brand of metal. They did a great cross section of songs from their massive catalog complete with screaming vocals and shredding guitars! Uriah Heep opened the concert and it was great to see and hear these guys as well who were a forerunner of if not an inventer of the metal genre itself. Not only that but in their five decade long career they are still creating new music to this day! In a nutshell a stonking good time!
Brian
Washington, DC@
The Anthem
May 15th 2019
Both bands put on a great show but the audience was a little too laid back, I remember last year seeing Priest and the audience went wild but this year they were just too quiet, Uriah Heep was great too and I wish the audience would have been more excited and shown them more love, anyway both bands rocked and can’t wait to see them again!
Brian
Atlanta, GA@
Fox Theatre
May 10th 2019
The setlist left a lot to be desired. They did not play Turbo Lover, Electric Eye, You've got another thing coming, Diamonds and Rust, or Some Heads are Gonna Roll. I don't think the Glenn Tipton replacement was the right choice. They blew a speaker early on so there was the occasional sound issue. Rob Halford on the other hand was pretty damn close to perfect.
Andy
Nashville, TN@
Nashville Municipal Auditorium
May 9th 2019
2nd time to see the Metal Gods on the Firepower tour. Incredible deep set list, different than the 1st leg of the tour. Judas Rising, Halls of Valhalla, the Sentinel and Victim of Changes!!!! Plus no bs pretend break - rolled straight from Hell Bent for Leather into Breakin the Law and Living after Midnight. 🤘🏼. Knowing Glenn appearances will be very rare due to his health, Sneap does a solid job and holds his own. Hill & Travis like a heavy heavy metal train and Rob always delivers! True fans will love this tour and it’s clear the Priest ain’t gonna stop - even almost 50 years in.
Chad
Nashville, TN@
Nashville Municipal Auditorium
May 8th 2019
I would love to give 5 stars on this as the band sounded incredible! The only problem was the set list. Look, I’m all for bands doing deep cuts and mixing up the set list, but you can’t take ALL of the biggest hits out and replace them with obscure songs. No Beyond the Realms of Death, no Turbo Lover, No You’ve Got Another Thing Coming, No When the Night Comes Down, probably the least liked track off of Painkiller was played. I mean, I love Priest, but my seats cost to much to just get the live version of album filler, I needed some, at least half of the show, maybe should have been hits! Priest sounded great but they were not delivering the goods! It was more like, You’ve got another B-side coming!
Mason
Nashville, TN@
Nashville Municipal Auditorium
May 8th 2019
Uriah Heep put on a great show with lots of energy. Rob’s voice was honestly not as strong as last year, but it wasn’t bad by any means. The setlist was so exciting. I never thought I’d hear “Steeler”, “Out in the Cold”, or “All Guns Blazing” played live, but there they were. All eras were covered in a satisfying way. Would it be better with K.K. not Sneap? Probably. But he’s not helping his case by saying stupid things about the band at every opportunity. As long as Rob, Scott, and Ian are there I’m confident in calling this real Priest, and will continue supporting them.
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About Judas Priest
Genres:
Metal, Heavy Metal
Hometown:
Birmingham, England

TURBO 30 is being released February 3rd 2017. Pre-order your copy now: http://smarturl.it/JPD2C_Turbo30