Judas Priest is streaming another new track from their upcoming album, "Redeemer of Souls," HenneMusic reports. The track is titled "March of the Damned" and, as Glenn Tipton explains, the song is a tribute to Priest's devoted fan base:
"It's just simple, straight to the point. It's not really a song about zombies or the walking dead. It also has a reference to the all the kids that come to our concerts that march along and can't be stopped. And so it's not Judas Priest and the audience ... with all the anthems we've done and all the singing the audience does, it's one in the same thing."
"Redeemer of Souls" is the first new Judas Priest album since the release of "Nostrodamus" in 2008, and the first to feature new guitarist Richie Faulkner, who replaced KK Downing in 2011. The record is due for release on July 14th.