JUDAS PRIEST's 'Angel Of Retribution' Tops Greek Album Chart

JUDAS PRIEST's "Angel of Retribution" has entered the Greek national album chart at position No. 1 — the first time PRIEST have topped the national album chart anywhere in the world. View the entire Greek album chart at this location.

"Angel of Retribution" first-week chart positions (updated):

#1 - Greece
#3 - Sweden
#4 - Japan
#4 - Germany
#6 - Norway
#6 - Spain
#10 - Austria
#12 - Canada
#13 - U.S.
#19 - Switzerland
#26 - Italy
#39 - U.K.
#40 - Ireland
#43 - France
#45 - Czech Republic
#46 - Holland

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.

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Full band history, discography, global gig guide and archived chart positions can be found at Rockdetector.com.

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