Judas Priest's career arrived at a significant turning point in April 1980, when the metal veterans unveiled their aptly named sixth album, British Steel.
The drummers for the Police and Judas Priest face off in Ultimate Classic Rock's March Drum Madness.
Halford recounted the story on the second episode of VH1 Classic's 'Rock Icons' show.
Judas Priest's remastered and expanded Defenders of the Faith won't arrive until March 10, but you don't have to wait that long to hear the live version of "Some Heads Are Gonna Roll" from the bonus discs.
On March 1, 2005, Judas Priest put an end to a decade's worth of strife between singer Rob Halford and his bandmates with the highly anticipated 'Angel of Retribution.'
In what might be the oddest clash of musical styles from the sixteen first-round match-ups of our March Drum Madness competition, Judas Priest's Scott Travis takes on John Densmore of the Doors.
Remember the first time you heard Judas Priest's 'Redeemer of Souls'?
Released on January 4, 1983, 'Defenders of the Faith' was aptly titled, both then and now.
Judas Priest, Ozzy Osbourne and Motorhead will tour next year, according to Pollstar.
Finding it hard to wait for the March 10 release date of Judas Priest's expanded 'Defenders of the Faith' reissue?