Rob Halford and Jim Breuer Duet on 'You've Got Another Thing Coming'“When I was a kid I prayed to God, and a priest came to me… Judas Priest.”
Rob Halford Looks Back on Judas Priest's 'Turbo'"It's normal to have a record or two where your fans push back a little bit," Halford says about the then-controversial album.
Rob Halford Ranks Black Sabbath AlbumsRob Halford — the "Metal God" — pays tribute to Black Sabbath on the eve of their final concert.
Judas Priest Back in the Studio"Making metal on #metalmonday!!" the band writes on Instagram with a photo from the studio.
19 Artists Who Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of FameFrom metal to country, hip-hop to alt-rock, we've got some thoughts and feelings on this.
Knotfest 2015 Lineup: Slipknot, Judas Priest, Bring Me the Horizon & MoreKnotfest will make its return to Southern California's San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino in October. And it looks like it's the strongest lineup to date.
Stone Sour Announce Record Store Day EP with Metallica, KISS CoversThe 5-song vinyl-only EP will will be released in conjunction with Record Store Day, April 18 and will be available in limited quantities at select retailers.
Hail Santa: The Best Christmas Metal SongsChristmas Metal is still considered a novelty—because, well, Santa doesn't hold the power Satan does over metalheads.
Ex-Judas Priest Guitarist Launches 'Metal for Men' FragranceNo, we're not kidding.
Power Station That Covered Pink Floyd Album Becoming Luxury VillasThe old power station, which was built in the 1930s, will be replaced with a building that will house "retail space, offices and luxury 'villas'."
Interview: Judas Priest's Rebellion, 'The Simpsons' and New Album 'Redeemer of Souls' Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton and new member Richie Faulker talk about the past and present of one of metal's most enduring and respected bands. "The great advantage we've been having over the decades is that we'll try absolutely everything."
The 12 Best Judas Priest Deep CutsIn honor of Redeemer of Souls, here are 12 of Judas Priest’s best deep cuts. They may not have made the charts or became fan favorites live, but they’re no less deserving of spent beer cans and ear drums.