JUDAS PRIEST Guitarist Says QUEENSRŸCHE Is The 'Perfect Support' Band

Launch Radio Networks reports: The members of JUDAS PRIEST are enjoying themselves on tour, and so are their fans. With frontman Rob Halford back and the new album "Angel of Retribution" out now, guitarist Glenn Tipton told Launch that they've been able to concentrate on their new music, while also digging deep into their catalogue. "We're playing four or five off the new album, and plus, we've hand-picked some songs that we haven't done for a long time — we've brought some real classics back — so it's a really good set for all PRIEST fans," he said. "And we've got QUEENSRŸCHE on tour with us. They're great, they're, you know, perfect support. So we're just really having a good time, and the audience are, as well."

JUDAS PRIEST and QUEENSRŸCHE move on to the HiFi Buys Amphitheatre in Atlanta tomorrow (Tuesday, June 21).


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