Judas Priest offers its first concert in more than two years with the participation of Glenn Tipton (video) | MariskalRock.com

August 17, 2021 6:39 pm
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Not too long ago, the vocalist Rob Halford revealed to us that Judas Priest they were about to enter the studio and we also knew the news of the edition of a beastly box of 42 CDs of which we have already seen an unprecedented advance.

Despite all these projects, the live activity does not seem to have suffered in the least, judging by what has been observed in the past Bloodstock Open Air held at Catton Park, Walton-on-Trent, UK. In such a scenario they had the participation of Glenn Tipton in which it became their first concert in more than two years.

Perhaps to celebrate such a great event, they included for the first time in their repertoire songs such as “One Shot At Glory” O “Invader”, in addition to other songs that hadn’t been sounded live for quite some time. It is the case of “Rocka Rolla”, performed for the first time since 1976, “Exciter”, another that to listen to it in short distances you had to go back to 2005, “Hell Patrol” (2009), “A Touch Of Evil” (2005); “Dissident Aggressor” (2009) the “Blood Red Skies” (2012).

As many will remember, Glenn Tipton He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s seven years ago, but it wasn’t until 2018 that it was announced that he would stop spinning on a regular basis. His position was covered by the producer Andy Sneap, who is also known for his work in the bands Hell O Sabbath.

As has happened on other occasions in recent years, Tipton joined his former teammates in the encores to play “Metal Gods”, “Breaking The Law” and “Living After Midnight”.

This was the repertoire from which you can see some videos below:

One Shot At Glory
Lightning Strike
You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’
Turbo Lover
Hell Patrol
Halls Of Valhalla
The Sentinel
Rocka Rolla
Victim Of Changes
Desert Plains
A Touch Of Evil
Dissident Aggressor
Blood Red Skies
The Hellion / Electric Eye
Hell Bent For Leather
Metal Gods (with Glenn Tipton)
Breaking The Law (with Glenn Tipton)
Living After Midnight (with Glenn Tipton)

We remember that Judas Priest is confirmed as the headliner for the long-awaited new edition of the Graspop Metal Meeting festival of the June 16-19, 2022.


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