In celebration of the release of the new JUDAS PRIEST album, "Angel of Retribution", Yahoo! Music (formerly Launch) has set up a special page containing many of PRIEST's classic videos highlighting the band's lengthy career. Check it out at this location.Singer Rob Halford's first album with JUDAS PRIEST in 15 years, "Angel of Retribution" was produced by Roy Z, who has previously worked on solo albums from Halford and IRON MAIDEN's Bruce Dickinson. The set is bundled with a concert DVD shot in a bullring in Valencia, Spain. As previously reported, JUDAS PRIEST's performance at the Sweden Rock festival in Sölvesborg, Sweden, recorded in June 2004, will be broadcast on the "P3 Live" radio show on Thursday, March 3 beginning at 9:00 p.m. CET. To listen to the streamed concert, go to the "P3 Live" web site and click "Webbradio" and choose P3.
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