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Posted on Jul 02, 2014 11:49 am
Metal gods Judas Priest are streaming their latest album "Redeemer of Souls" in its entirety prior to July 8 release via Epic Records.
Featuring 18 new tracks, five of which are listed as bonus tunes, the record marks the band's 17th studio effort, the first one since 2008's "Nostradamus."
It's also their first album without guitarist K.K. Downing who left the band in 2011 and was replaced by young Richie Faulkner.
Speaking of which, the group has recently stated that they aren't in touch with Downing. As singer Rob Halford told Fox411, Priest is focusing on the future events rather than delving back into the past.
Back to the new album, a solid portion of the fresh tunes was already teased via YouTube, so now make sure to check out the whole deal over on iTunes and let us know how the gods' return feels like.