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.”
In 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.
Halford is a major NBA fan, and talks about which song on the band’s upcoming album would sound great during a game.
Fun Fun Fun Fest is back for it’s ninth year with a diverse lineup that boasts everyone from Judas Priest and Nas to Death Cab for Cutie and Girl Talk.
By Brian Ives October is Metal Month at Radio.com. Throughout the month, we’ll have artist interviews as well as mini-documentaries about metal, metal fans and the birthplace of metal. And book reports: reading is fundamental, even for […]
Most metal artists and fans can agree: Sabbath is heavy metal’s ground zero. But what was ground zero for Sabbath? The original lineup hailed from working class Birmingham, England, in the rubble of World War II.
Whether you’re just passing by the history of metal or you have been ingrained in it for years, you must read Louder Than Hell, an extensive, nearly-700 page record of the genre.
For latest Radio.com Inside Out mini-documentary, Metalheads Talking Metal, we sat down with some of the icons of the last few decades of heavy metal and hard rock to talk about the culture, why it’s so enduring, and how it has changed.
Radio.com sat down with metal legends Judas Priest to discuss the recent past and near future – new guitarist, new live DVD, their last world tour and their next album, which they confirm is in the works now.