Judas Priest

Wolf - Legions of Bastards (Century Media)

Wolf love the glory of metal. Sometimes they love it a little too much for comfort, however...
Release Date: 
25 Apr 2011 (All day)

Do you miss the feeling you had when you first heard Number of the Beast or British Steel?

Tearing Down the World - Schmier, Destruction and thrash metal

One of the figureheads of the Teutonic Thrash movement, Schmier has nothing but an unquenchable thirst for thrash metal that has fueled him for over 30 years on the road, as he explains.

Destruction has been thrashing for a very long time. Almost 30 years in fact.

An illumination on the Unseen Empire, as told by Henrik Ohlsson

Wondering about The Unseen Empire; the new Scar Symmetry album? I catch up for a chat about it with the band's drummer Henrik Ohlsson, so you don't have to...

I was a bit worried when I heard I was to interview Henrik Ohlsson, drummer from Swedish melodic death metal outfit Scar Symmetry.

Scheepers - Scheepers (Frontiers/Riot)

One of metal's best voices returns with a massively impressive solo outing.
Release Date: 
17 Feb 2011 (All day)

Despite being rightfully known as one of the most powerful voices in modern metal, Germany&rs

Halford - Halford IV: Made of Metal (Metal God Entertainment)

Everybody thought that Rob Halford was about to retire after a few fiascos in his career in the last years... Is Made of Metal the resurrection of the old and good Metal God?

When I saw that Halford was about to release a new album I confess I was not so excited, mainly because his last album Winter Songs, released less than one year ago, was n

Veins Iced Over - The Awakening (Indie)

When is the last time you heard Testament and Judas Priest together in concert? If you never have had that experience then check out this album.
This album was a musically sound album from the guitar, to the drums, to the vocals everything fit into place as it should. I especially liked the use of speed in this album.

Al Atkins - Demon Deceiver... Plus (Angel Air)

Judas Priest’s original vocalist re-issues an album from 2007. And it is much better than it has any right to be!

Al Atkins was the original voice out front of Metal Gods Judas Priest.  The fact that he left the band in 1973 before their first album even came out is neith

Spiralling Through The Void - Scar Symmetry on Machines, Moons and Metal

Science, technology and heavy metal are welded together for Scar Symmetry, exploring the universe with their guitars in their new album, Dark Matter Dimensions. Talking to drummer and lyricist Henrik Ohlsson, we get a glimpse into the vast inner workings of this cosmic progressive death metal outfit.

Calling Sweden from Australia feels a bit weird when your subject is dressed to the nines in blankets and jumpers and you’re sweating from places on your body you never thought existed.