Redeemer of Souls

Redeemer of Souls

Music CD - 2014
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There are few bands that have accomplished what Judas Priest have in their forty year career. Now the icons add a new chapter to their legacy with their seventeenth studio album, which includes the single March of the Damned.
Publisher: New York :, Epic,, 2014.
Copyright Date: p2014
Characteristics: 1 compact disc :,digital, stereo ;,4 3/4 in.
digital, optical, 1.4 m. per second, stereo, Digital recording, rda
audio file, CD audio, rda


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Mar 16, 2017

Factoring for longevity and Halford's ability to still bring it after all these years it's hard to not give it 5 stars. One of the few NWOBHM bands still doing it right after all these years.

Feb 24, 2017

This is a really good Priest album. For me, Dragonaut, Halls of Valhalla, Metallizer, Redeemer of Souls are all stand out tracks, but, there really isn't any filler here. Worth checking out if you like hard rock/metal.

Aug 24, 2014

Despite suffering from bad production in a few places, Redeemer of Souls is actually pretty good. Most of the songs feel like songs from older albums. March of the Damned's riff feels like a cross between British Steel era Judas Priest and Black Sabbath. Metalizer sounds like something from Angel of Retribution, and Halls of Valhalla sounds like it came from Painkiller (in addition to including the best scream on the album.). Standout songs for me are Dragonaut, Halls of Valhalla, Sword of Damocles, Hell & Back, and Crossfire. (And from the delux edition bonus tracks, Snakebite and Creatures.)

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