DISTURBED Covers JUDAS PRIEST Classic For 'British Steel' Tribute

DISTURBED has recorded a cover version of the JUDAS PRIEST classic "Living After Midnight" for volume 1 of the new "Metal Forge" series by U.K.'s Metal Hammer magazine, which sees nine bands covering the nine tracks on PRIEST's "British Steel" album to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. "Breaking the Law" - FIREWIND
03. "Metal Gods" - THAUROROD
04. "Grinder" - BLEED FROM WITHIN
05. "United" - ARTHEMIS
06. "Living After Midnight" - DISTURBED
07. "You Don't Have to Be Old to Be Wise" - IMICUS
08. "The Rage" - RISE TO REMAIN
09. "Steeler" - STEELWING

Volume 1 of the new "Metal Forge" series comes with issue 205 of Metal Hammer magazine, which is available now.

For more information, visit www.metalhammer.co.uk.


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