Judas Priest trail Epitaph DVD
Judas Priest have released a trailer for their upcoming Epitaph live DVD. View it below.
The veteran outfit hit the road for what they called their last-ever large-scale tour in 2011, with new guitarist Richie Faulkner replacing founding member KK Downing, who surprised fans by announcing his retirement. Their show in London in 2012 was recorded for this release.
Priest are continuing work on a new album with Faulkner, of which frontman Rob Halford reports: “We’ve already got a strong cross-section of ideas, some of them complete, some of them in bits and pieces. It’s shaping up to be quite intense in terms of the riffage and the strength of certain tracks.
“Much like every time you try and talk about music, it’s practically impossible to capture it. You can only point it in the direction of where things are shaping up, and it’s just glorious.
“If I try to pinpoint it, there are elements of British Steel and there elements of Painkiller in terms of the vibe. We’ve got a really solid record coming together slowly in a strong metal way that will make all of our fans around the world very happy and content. At least I hope it does.”
No release date has been set for either the live DVD or the new album.
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