Judas Priest Redeemer of Souls
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menawati
Contributing Reviewer
July 2nd 2014


16387 Comments


not sure I'll bother with it, solid review tho

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Triniman
July 2nd 2014


1 Comments


Most of it sounds like b or c-grade Priest songs. Excellent review, by the way. As I was listening to it, I said to myself that if this is the best that they can do, let's hope this is their final studio album.

Secrets of the Dead is not bad.

Friday13th
July 2nd 2014


3555 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Thanks guys!

@Triniman yes, that song is solid.

Oswaldo88
July 2nd 2014


18 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

Nostradamus is better

trackbytrackreviews
July 2nd 2014


2203 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Both suck

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facupm
July 2nd 2014


9421 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

nostradamus >

Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
July 2nd 2014


4361 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

this trounces Nostradamus but it's not as good as Angel of Retribution

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facupm
July 2nd 2014


9421 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

nostradamus wasnt that bad, just one disc too long



as of this, rip judas priest

WhiteNoise
July 3rd 2014


3281 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

So if I liked AoR and even found some enjoyment in Nostradamus...would this be worth a look?

Cimnele
July 3rd 2014


360 Comments


yes but you must
confess
your terror of the deep

Fulciflesheater
July 3rd 2014


1 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Before listening to the album I was determined to disagree with this review. I wanted so much for this to be good; a final triumph for the God of Metal. But oh how right you are sir! Such a poor album. Not only do they recycle old riffs and ideas of their own but they seem to pillage just about any good riff they could find. The intro to Crossfire sounds like second rate Sabbath, as does his vocal delivery on March of the Damned. In fact the whole of March of the Damned sounds like it could be a B-Side to a mid 90's Ozzy single. Poor form Halford, poor poor form.

psyclonus
July 3rd 2014


144 Comments


great review, i'm sure if i ever get round to listening to this album i would agree with all your points. it sounds laughable at best.

Greeny86
July 3rd 2014


33 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Solid album imo. Nothing special but for me priest were only truly great in the 70s

Betray
July 3rd 2014


6058 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Ran through a quick listen of this



Not bad, not good, just completely and utterly average with very few standout moments.



Secrets of the Dead and Crossfire aren't terrible, although they're rehashes



The vox are terrible

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Friday13th
July 3rd 2014


3555 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

If Halford's singing matched Nostradamus this would be a 3.0

HeavyReviews
July 3rd 2014


38 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I seriously hope this is a troll...

Betray
July 3rd 2014


6058 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

lmao :^D

RunOfTheMill
July 3rd 2014


1718 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Good review. I'll probs check and will no doubt enjoy a few things. I have a feeling it'll just make me want to listen to Painkiller again lol



Kinda makes me sad :[

Friday13th
July 3rd 2014


3555 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

^ dude yes I've been jamming the great Priest to cope with this disappointment. Kinda sucks cause

Priest, Yes, and Metallica are some of my top favorite bands and they're all releasing garbage this

year :'[

ExplosiveOranges
Contributing Reviewer
July 3rd 2014


4184 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

This was ok, Yes was absolute shite, and I haven't bothered to check out Metallica.

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