BLABBERMOUTH.NET CD/DVD reviewer Keith Bergman discussed his controversial opinion of JUDAS PRIEST's new double-disc concept album, "Nostradamus", on last night's (Saturday, June 21) edition of "The Classic Metal Show". Keith spoke to hosts Neeley and Chris Akin and took calls from listeners for almost an hour. Check out the audio below."The Classic Metal Show" can be heard live every Saturday night from 9:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. EST at www.cmsradio.net. According to Hits Daily Double (the companion web site of music industry tip sheet HITS), "Nostradamus" is poised to sell around 50,000 copies in the United States during its first week of release for a likely Top 10 debut on The Billboard 200 chart. If "Nostradamus" does in fact crack the Top 10, it will give the band its highest-ever career chart position in the U.S. JUDAS PRIEST's last CD, "Angel of Retribution", opened with 58,000 copies back in March 2005 to debut at No. 13.
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