The list of 2014 Record Store Day Black Friday releases has just gotten a whole lot more impressive, as classic rock icons such as Judas Priest, the Beatles and Neil Young add exclusive vinyl sets to a list that already included David Bowie, Metallica and many more.
The devil goes by many names, but whether you call him Beelzebub, Lucifer or just plain Satan, he's provided musical inspiration for some of metal's finest.
Judas Priest took the stage Oct. 9 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn -- and Ultimate Classic Rock was there, camera in hand for all of the action.
Judas Priest's latest album 'Redeemer of Souls' earned them their highest-ever U.S. chart position, and they're back on the road rocking audiences around the world all over again.
There are so many rock songs about highways that you could spend years trying to listen to them all, but this edition of Clash of the Titans narrows our focus down to two of the greatest.
After 40 years of air-horn vocalizing, Rob Halford admits to a little wear and tear, even as Judas Priest's on-going U.S. tour in support of 'Redeemer of Souls' continues.
Judas Priest are officially back on the road for the Redeemer of Souls tour, which commenced last night in Rochester, N.Y.
Judas Priest's new 'Redeemer of Souls' album has been greeted with strong reviews and healthy sales -- but at one point, guitarist Glenn Tipton couldn't see the band recording ever again.
Judas Priest released their debut on Sept. 6, 1974.
Judas Priest's live album, 'Unleashed in the East,' was released in Sept. 1979.