JUDAS PRIEST Hoping For 'Revolution' With New Single

Launch Radio Networks is reporting that JUDAS PRIEST are back this week with "Revolution" (radio-broadcast/reduced-quality mp3), which is the first single from their upcoming album "Angel of Retribution". Lead guitarist Glenn Tipton told Launch that they hope the song will get the ball rolling and motivate younger heavy metal fans. "With tracks like 'Revolution' on the album, which is all about, you know, the, the metal revolution back in the '80s of DEEP PURPLE, [BLACK] SABBATH, PRIEST, and now again, we're hoping this'll spearhead a whole new revelation and revolution, and inspire all those kids out there to look deep inside them now, and kick-start a whole new revolution," he said.

"Angel of Retribution", which comes out March 1, is the first JUDAS PRIEST album with vocalist Rob Halford since "Painkiller" in 1990.


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