Judas Priest Reveal New Album Production Team

Judas Priest have revealed that they have recruited producers Tom Allom (Judas Priest, Black Sabbath) and Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Opeth), and engineer Mike Exeter (Black Sabbath) for their new album. They posted the following:

Judas Priest Stream Live Version Of “Rock You All Around The World” From “Turbo: Remastered”

Judas Priest are streaming a live version of “Rock You All Around The World” from their upcoming “Turbo: Remastered” 30th anniversary release. The song was recorded during a show at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City in 1986. “Turbo: Remastered” will be released on February 3.

Judas Priest Stream Live Version Of “Locked In” From “Turbo: Remastered”

Judas Priest are streaming a live version of “Locked In” from their upcoming “Turbo: Remastered” 30th anniversary release. The song was recorded during a show at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City in 1986. “Turbo: Remastered” will be released on February 3.

Judas Priest Stream Live Version Of “Out In The Cold” From “Turbo: Remastered”

Judas Priest are streaming a live version of “Out In The Cold” from their upcoming “Turbo: Remastered” 30th anniversary release, via Loudwire. Thje song was recorded during a show at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City in 1986. “Turbo: Remastered” will be released on February 3.

Judas Priest’s Rob Halford & Glenn Tipton Discuss Importance Of “Turbo” In New Video

Judas Priest will be releasing their new remastered version of “Turbo” on February 3, and to promote the effort they have shared a clip of Rob Halford & Glenn Tipton discussing the effort and its importance. Check it out below:

Judas Priest To Re-Release “Turbo” In February

Judas Priest will be re-releasing their album “Turbo” on February 3. The effort, which is called “Turbo: Remastered,” has been remastered and it will be available as a single LP and as a 3-CD set.

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The band said the following::

“The 80’s is considered to have been the best decade for heavy metal – Judas Priest roared through it and at the half way point went into unchartered territory with ‘Turbo‘. Always believing that metal should have no boundaries, Priest challenged themselves taking on board new technical inventions to create fresh ideas and push their sound forward. The combined songs show another side of Priest’s range of creativity that captures a theme and energy infused with the over the top sensibilities of that era. The ‘Fuel For Life’ tour certainly encapsulated the decadence of the times! ‘Turbo’ remastered and accompanied by a pedal to the metal live recording from Kansas reveals Priest on high octane – Raising fists and devil horns to the next level.”

Track Listing:

CD 1 – “Turbo: Remastered“:

01. “Turbo Lover”
02. “Locked In”
03. “Private Property”
04. “Parental Guidance”
05. “Rock You All Around The World”
06. “Out In The Cold”
07. “Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days”
08. “Hot For Love”
09. “Reckless”

CD 2 – “Live At The Kemper Arena, Kansas City“:

01. “Out In the Cold”
02. “Locked In”
03. “Heading Out To The Highway”
04. “Metal Gods”
05. “Breaking The Law”
06. “Love Bites”
07. “Some Heads Are Gonna Roll”
08. “The Sentinel”
09. “Private Property”
10. “ Desert Plains”
11. “Rock You All Around The World”

CD 3 – “Live At The Kemper Arena, Kansas City“:

01. “The Hellion”
02. “Electric Eye”
03. “Turbo Lover”
04. “Freewheel Burning”
05. “Victim Of Changes”
06. “The Green Manalishi (With The Two -Pronged Crown)”
07. “Living After Midnight”
08. “You’ve Got Another Thing Coming”
09. “Hell Bent For Leather“

Judas Priest Plan To Hit The Studio In January

Judas Priest will be hitting the studio in January to work on their new album. Richie Faulkner confirmed the news ti SweetwaterSound, and also revealed that the band probably won’t head out on the road again until 2018.

Faulkner said the following:

“…We’ve just been in the studio for a couple of months putting songs together. We haven’t started the recording process yet, but we’re recording demos; we’re recording songs that work without the production to save them, if you know what I mean. But the core value… We’re putting down some grassroots ideas and fleshing them out for the next Priest record. So we’re gonna go into the studio to start recording in January. So it should be out sometime next year. But we’re not touring next year. So we’re gonna be touring, hopefully, in 2018.”