Judas Priest Preview and Discuss New Song, “Halls of Valhalla”


Judas Priest–who are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year–will release their new album, Redeemer of Souls, July 8 via Epic Records. In anticipation, the group has teamed with Revolver to premiere a preview video for a track off the record. In addition to featuring an extended sample of the song, titled “Halls of Valhalla,” the clip also showcases vocalist Rob Halford and guitarist Glenn Tipton discussing the cut.

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  • mac

    chorus reminds me of saints in hell :)

  • Mike Haze

    I just got goose bumps from the Halford vocal accention! now THATS the Metal God!

  • Mauricio Hernández Díaz

    Judas ProTools

  • Forserer

    Awesome. Priest just keep coming up with the goods.

  • Mark George

    Could be the best album in years! And I am thrilled, to see a Gibson back on the stage! Glenn hasn’t broke out his SG in forever, but Richie Faulkner is bringing the PAIN, with his LesPauls! He is doing K.K. justice as the new gun. Rob sounds amazing, and Glenn and the boys are always world class jammers. Gonna play this one REAL LOUD! Everybody get your DevilHorns up, Priest is back!

    • Doug Masters

      m/ they are up

  • The Maximalist

    This is fucking epic. I wasn’t that impressed with March of the Damned, but this sounds like it’s gonna be a highlight from the album.

  • Martin Cristobal Delgado

    This comes to show how many people just talked with out even thinking, so many idiots with their negative comments like if they were experts and they called them self diehard fans of priest this will put a cork in there big month

  • Doug Masters

    Betcha Amon Amarth will love this, I know I do.

  • Rhett J D.

    Great band still making good music