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Monday, May 13, 2013

JUDAS PRIEST: Live Version Of "Heading Out To The Highway" Taken From 'Epitaph' DVD Available Now!

Judas Priest's 'Epitaph' concert in London is a full blown production, which is a celebration of the bands 40th anniversary! The concert movie was directed by Brickwall's Alex Walker and sound engineered by Richard Kayvan and Tom Allom, the mastermind behind countless seminal Metal records. "Getting to work with a band that was among the very first I actually bought albums of as a kid was just amazing", said director Alex Walker.

The band has released a live version of their song "Heading Out To The Highway" in order to offer their legions of fans a taste of "Epitaph". You can now watch it HERE!

"Epitaph" will be shown at two very special cinema events — one in New York at the Clearview Chelsea on May 14 and the other at London's Forum in Kentish Town on May 15.

JUDAS PRIEST singer Rob Halford and guitarist Richie Faulkner will introduce the New York screening of 'Epitaph'. The event will be hosted by "That Metal Show"'s Eddie Trunk.

It will then be released in cinemas on May 16 across the U.S., U.K., Canada, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Spain, Bulgaria, Estonia, Romania, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Central America, with many more to follow. Fans will have a limited opportunity to re-live the excitement of the final show of the band's last-ever world tour, which was filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo London in May 2012.

"The 'Epitaph' world tour came to an exciting conclusion at the renowned Hammersmith Odeon (now known as the Apollo) in London. Knowing our fans around the planet recognize that venue for many legendary metal moments, and of course with JUDAS PRIEST being a British metal band it was the perfect gig for us to film and record. Big thanks as always to you our metal family of fans — so start banging your heads one more time with us as we scream together 'The PRIEST is back!'" - JUDAS PRIEST

'Epitaph' track listing:

01. Battle Hymn (L)
02. Rapid Fire (F)
03. Metal Gods (F)
04. Heading Out To The Highway (G)
05. Judas Rising (M)
06. Starbreaker (C)
07. Victim Of Changes (B)
08. Never Satisfied (A)
09. Diamonds And Rust (C)
10. Prophecy (N)
11. Night Crawler (L)
12. Turbo Lover (J)
13. Beyond The Realms Of Death (D)
14. The Sentinel (I)
15. Blood Red Skies (K)
16. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown) (E)
17. Breaking The Law (F)
18. Painkiller (L)
19. The Hellion (H)
20. Electric Eye (H)
21. Hell Bent For Leather (E)
22. You've Got Another Thing Coming (H)
23. Living After Midnight (F)

Album index:

A - from "Rocka Rolla (originally issued 1974, on Gull Records)
B - from "Sad Wings Of Destiny (originally issued 1976, on Gull Records)
C - from "Sin After Sin (originally issued 1977, on Columbia Records)
D - from "Stained Class (originally issued 1978, on Columbia)
E - from "Hell Bent For Leather (originally issued 1979, on Columbia; aka Killing Machine in UK)
F - from "British Steel (originally issued 1980, on Columbia)
G - from "Point Of Entry (originally issued 1981, on Columbia)
H - from "Screaming For Vengeance (originally issued 1982, on Columbia)
I - from "Defenders Of the Faith (originally issued 1984, on Columbia)
J - from "Turbo (originally issued 1986, on Columbia)
K - from "Ram It Down (originally issued 1988, on Columbia)
L - from "Painkiller (originally issued 1990, on Columbia)
M - from "Angel Of Retribution (originally issued 2005, on Epic Records)
N - from "Nostradamus (originally issued 2008, on Epic)

The band recently posted the following message regarding their future plans:

"The guys are working in the studio on their NEW album - and all is going is really well!"

Priest's NEW album will mark the recording and songwriting debut of the band's NEW guitarist, Richie Faulkner, who replaced co-founder K.K. Downing in 2011.
Related links:

Judas Priest's official site

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