The legendary Judas Priest return to Newark, NJ as a part of their “50 Heavy Metal Years” Tour. Support will come from Queensryche and you don’t want to miss this one.
The mighty Judas Priest have announced some really big news. I’ll share their statement and let you all digest it before I add to the mix.
“Hello maniacs! We are chomping at the British Steel bit to return to world touring….celebrating 50 years of Judas Priest as an even more powerful, relentless four piece Heavy Metal band – with Glenn coming out on stage with us here and there as before…..!! Big thanks to Andy for all you’ve done and continuing to be in the production team for our new album…. See you all soon headbangers!”
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PiercingMetal Thoughts: This one is not registering with me so I will have to think on it a little bit before I add anything else. I do wonder what the rest of you Metal maniacs think about the news though so do chime in down below in the comments section and I will see you next time. Stay safe out there.
The forthcoming Ozzy Osbourne/Judas Priest Dates for 2022 Have Been Postponed. “Due to the ongoing uncertainty with full capacity events and travel logistics in much of Europe, we have come to the difficult decision to postpone my 2022 tour to 2023. Original tickets remain valid for the new dates. I want to thank all of you and Judas Priest for your continued patience and support.” OZZY
Sadly, this Judas Priest appearance will not be happening as the remaining dates a/o 9/27 have been postponed. Noted HERE for reference and please keep tabs on resources like this to know the latest scheduling and postponements.
The legendary Judas Priest are back in Newark, NJ and they’re bringing Sabaton along for a sure to be thrilling night of Heavy Metal. It’s their “50 Heavy Metal Years Tour” and you do NOT want to miss out.
– We have an update on Richie – see below in Richie’s own words….
I’ve always been grateful for the opportunities I’ve been presented with. I’ve always considered myself THE most fortunate man ever – to be able to play my favourite music – with my favourite band – to my favourite people around the world…
Today just being able to type this to you all is the biggest gift of all…
As I watch footage from the Louder Than Life Festival in Kentucky, I can see in my face the confusion and anguish I was feeling whilst playing ‘Painkiller’ as my aorta ruptured and started to spill blood into my chest cavity….
I was having what my doctor called an aortic aneurysm and complete aortic dissection.
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