Judas Priest have recently released their 18th studio album ‘Firepower’ which has taken the metal world by storm and been hailed an instant classic alongside legendary Priest Albums such as ‘Painkiller’ and ‘British Steel’ and ‘Defenders of the faith’.
Nev Pearce had the chance to ask Judas Priest bass player Ian Hill a few questions for Everblack Media about the bands killer new album, working with Tom Allom and Andy Sneap and their current tour.
The new Judas Priest album ‘firepower’ is amazing...
For almost 50 years Judas Priest have done countless tours and sold more than 50 million copies of their albums collectively making them one of the biggest names in metal.
After leaving the band in 1992 after the release of ‘Painkiller’ and triumphantly returning in 2005, Frontman Rob Halford has recorded several albums since with Priest but with the release of their 18th studio album ‘Firepower’ it really feels like Halford and the band have taken things to a new and exciting level.