Judas Priest Stream Title Track Off New Album 'Redeemer of Souls'

artist: Judas Priest date: 04/29/2014 category: upcoming releases

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Judas Priest Stream Title Track Off New Album 'Redeemer of Souls'
Judas Priest have posted cover art and are streaming the title track to their forthcoming new album, "Redeemer of Souls," which will be released in North America on July 15.

AsĀ Hennemusic reports, The news follows a week-long countdown to the official new album announcement, as the band have slowly revealing the project's cover art on their Facebook page over the past few days.

"We are revved up and ready to unleash the Priest one more time for our metal fans around the world," posted the group. "So here's a track for you to listen to entitled 'Redeemer of Souls' from our new album of the same title."

A few months ago, singer Rob Halford described the follow-up to 2008's "Nostradamus" as "hard. It's heavy. It's something we think our Priest fans will be thrilled with. We know we have a reputation to maintain, and we know we have to deliver something really strong and solid. The album is going to be full of all the great things you love about Judas Priest."

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