Judas Priest Reissue

2012-07-20 by RunOfTheMill | 17 Comments
Judas Priest have announced the release of a 30th Anniversary Edition of their classic 1982 album, Screaming for Vengeance. The reissue, which has a spiffy reworked cover art, will include the remastered recordings of the original album, along with its 2001 bonus tracks, "Prisoner of Your Eyes" and a live recording of "Devil's Child", as well as 4 live bonus tracks of some of the more iconic tracks of the album recorded in a live show in 1982.

Finally, the package also comes with a bonus DVD, showcasing a Judas Priest performance at the US Festival on May 29th, 1983.

The reissue will be released on September 3rd, 2012.

Having finished their farewell Epitaph World Tour, the band plan on releasing a new album later this year.

http://judaspriest.com/screaming-for-vengeance/

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TheNotrap
July 20th 2012
8450 Comments


I have the original and the 2001 remastered edition but I'll mainly be buying this for the DVD.

"the band plan on releasing a new album later this year."
Sweet news.

rockandmetaljunkie
July 20th 2012
5964 Comments


I thought they had already....

ZilbelPing
July 20th 2012
6258 Comments


Wow this is fucking sweet. The new album news is great too.

Nagrarok
July 20th 2012
8526 Comments


finished their farewell Epitaph World Tour


plan on releasing a new album


Sad Wings of Destiny is far more deserving of a reissue.

AtomicWaste
Moderator
July 20th 2012
2516 Comments


An overwhelming "meh," to be quite frank. Hasn't Screaming already had a re-release or two?

Hopefully the new album will be better than Nostradamus

Ikarus14
July 20th 2012
720 Comments


Will be getting this reissue. Sweet!

AngelofDeath
Emeritus
July 20th 2012
16171 Comments


Sad Wings of Destiny is far more deserving of a reissue.


Only that doesn't need one. Still sounds amazing.

deathofasalesman
July 20th 2012
6047 Comments


Judas Priest need money*

Nagrarok
July 20th 2012
8526 Comments


Only that doesn't need one. Still sounds amazing.


Surely so, proper availability is what I had in mind here. It's a clear and simple money grab though, so they wouldn't bother dusting up something great when they can just repackage the stuff that everybody already knows.

FictionalFlames
July 20th 2012
1528 Comments


news article should be: Judas Priest reissue/new album

WhiteNoise
July 20th 2012
3440 Comments


Who cares...bonus tracks are nothing exciting and I already have this record.

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
July 20th 2012
4501 Comments


I own a vinyl record store with some friends and one of our partners is obsessed with Judas Priest, so we're hosting a listening party on the day of the release.

RunOfTheMill
July 20th 2012
2469 Comments


They reissued British Steel in the same manner a few years ago. A bit unnecessary, just as most
reissues are, but I might get this if the price is good. I already have it on vinyl, but I really like
that reworked cover art, plus the DVD will surely be entertaining.

And c'mon, perhaps not their absolute best, but this is still a great great GREAT album.

"so we're hosting a listening party on the day of the release."
Haha that sounds sweet :D

balustre
July 21st 2012
2 Comments


Really good news !! Sound like a reissue worth having
And covert art looks really great...

mindleviticus
July 22nd 2012
8754 Comments


I hope it's better than Nostradamus ugh

ViperAces
July 22nd 2012
12558 Comments


I dont think there is any JP album that really needs a reissue, they all have great quality.


cloudnx
July 24th 2012
36 Comments


Awesome




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