JUDAS PRIEST: Photos From DOWNLOAD Festival Posted Online

British heavy metal legends JUDAS PRIEST performed right before headliners KISS on the main stage at the Download festival 2008 at Donington Park, Leicestershire, UK Friday evening (June 13). Check out photos at this location.

Dressed in a body-length studded leather jacket, singer Rob Halford told the crowd, "It's great to see you all at Donington again! We've been making metal for over three decades now, and next year is a bit of an anniversary. The name JUDAS PRIEST first came about in 1969, so that will be 40 years!"

According to NME.com, the group's setlist was as follows:

01. Dawn of Creation
02. Prophecy
03. Metal Gods
04. Eat Me Alive
05. Between The Hammer And The Anvil
06. Devil's Child
07. Breaking The Law
08. Hell Patrol
09. Death
10. Dissident Aggressor
11. Angel
12. Hellion/Electric Eye
13. Rock Hard, Ride Free
14. Sinner
15. Painkiller
16. Hell Bent For Leather
17. Another Thing Coming

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