Make Your Name Look Like The JUDAS PRIEST Logo On 'Firepower' Album

Make Your Name Look Like The JUDAS PRIEST Logo On 'Firepower' Album

JUDAS PRIEST has released a name generator that enables you to "forge your own name in steel" and have it displayed in the style of the PRIEST logo as it appears on the band's latest album, "Firepower".

"Firepower" was released on March 9 via Epic. The follow-up to 2014's "Redeemer Of Souls" was recorded by British producer Andy Sneap, the band's longtime collaborator Tom Allom and engineer Mike Exeter (BLACK SABBATH). The cover artwork for "Firepower" was created by the Chilean/Italian digital artist and photographer Claudio Bergamin.

JUDAS PRIEST fans from around the Northeast area will be able to meet the band at a New York City CD signing. In addition, there will be an exclusive PRIEST pop-up store at the same location. If you purchase "Firepower" at Sony Square NYC (25 Madison Avenue in New York City), you will receive a wristband that will grant you access to the special event on March 19 at 6 p.m. Wristbands are limited and will be distributed on first-come-first-served basis. This will be the only opportunity to meet the band while they are in the U.S. No posed photos allowed, and the band will sign copies of the new the album purchased during street week at the Sony Square NYC. Also please note, Sony Square NYC only accepts credit cards.

The JUDAS PRIEST pop-up store will also be at Sony Square NYC — located in the gallery at Sony Square NYC (25 Madison Avenue in New York City) from March 9 to March 19. Featured items include a gallery of rare band photos, a display of historic JUDAS PRIEST stage outfits, JUDAS PRIEST lyric sheets handwritten by Rob Halford, and other JUDAS PRIEST surprises. For sale at the pop-up store will be "Firepower", as well as the band's entire vinyl catalog and authentic JUDAS PRIEST merchandise.

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