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Rob Halford, Ian Hill open up about Glen Tipton’s diagnosis, say he’ll be on road with them

Posted by on February 13, 2018

Judas Priest’s Glenn Tipton revealed yesterday that he’d be missing the band’s Firepower tour due to the fact that he had Parkinson’s Disease that would keep him from performing. The band had known that he’d had the disease since he was 60, but in an interview with Rob Halford and sole remaining original member Ian Hill, […]

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Album anniversary: Judas Priest’s ‘Screaming For Vengeance’ turns 34

Posted by on July 18, 2016

It’s hard to believe that Judas Priest wasn’t a commercial metal force to be reckoned with until 1982, but it wasn’t until 34 years ago yesterday that Judas Priest released their eighth album, Screaming For Vengeance. Sure, many Priest fans, especially in the U.K., had been following them from the beginning, and 1980’s British Steel was their […]

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Judas Priest update: Halford gets surgery; original guitarist dies

Posted by on May 14, 2014

While Judas Priest is larger than life, even a metal god has to take a break every now and then. That’s why even as we’re starting to hear what the new album will sound like, Rob Halford is prepping to go into surgery. He told ABC News Radio that he’s undergoing surgery to repair an […]

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Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp enlists Judas Priest, Zakk Wylde and Geoff Tate

Posted by on August 22, 2013

Who says camp has to suck? The Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp in Vegas defies all traditions of the standard camp send-off with legit instruction from rock’s heaviest of hitters. Hosted by Judas Priest with special guests and camp counselors Zakk Wylde, Geoff Tate and Lita Ford, three days of instructional shredding and wailing will happen February […]

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Wait, Is Judas Priest Actually Bidding Farewell Or Not?

Posted by on May 12, 2011

The metal world was stunned when Judas Priest announced plans to embark on a farewell tour, only to be equally shocked by K.K. Downing’s departure from the group. It definitely seemed unimaginable to see the Metal Gods calling it a day, especially without Downing. Yet if you read recent interviews with members of Priest, you […]

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