Judas Priest Firepower
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Ikarus14
March 13th 2018


1218 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Best birthday present I ever bought for myself. Soooo metal!

BigHans
March 13th 2018


29393 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

1. Sad Wings

2. Screaming

3. Painkiller

4. British Steel

5. Defenders of the Faith

6. Sin after Sin

7. Stained Class

8. Killing Machine

9. This

10. Ram it Down

11. Turbo

12. Rocka

13. Angel

Don't really care for the rest



Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


Im rerunning through their 80s stuff real quick then gonna hear this and redeemer. The stages this band went through are nothing short of intriguing as fuck

DePlazz
March 13th 2018


1217 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Lots of epicness here. Might up my rating. Might do with a few tracks less, as some have said.



(Notably Lone Wolf, which sounds like Load era Metallica lol)

Digging: Absurdē - Absurdē

Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


Spotify has this listed as FIREPOWER in all caps m/

NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
March 13th 2018


9126 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

That is pretty m/

Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


Excellent review btw, mental pos

Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


Snox what do you think of this

Astral Abortis
March 13th 2018


6736 Comments


Haven't heard it and probably never will. I don't really have time for any Priest past the 80s and there are other, younger heavy metal bands doing cooler things rn

Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


Well... that's a but closed minded, don't you think? At least hear the singles and pass judgement. The fact that they are still releasing material of this potency at their age is seriously impressive.

Astral Abortis
March 13th 2018


6736 Comments


I did hear the singles, but I have very little free time and listening to Judas Priest play some pretty-okay songs that aren't as good as their classics and will never get attention from me past a cursory listen in order to deem "pretty good" is just not worth the time I'd otherwise spend listening to music I actually have an interest in

Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


Okay fair enough.

Can't wait to jam this m/

Astral Abortis
March 13th 2018


6736 Comments


I hope you dig it

Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


Speaking of 80s, what's your favourite Priest.

And don't say Turbo ffs

Astral Abortis
March 13th 2018


6736 Comments


Their first eight albums are all 5/5

My fave Priest is either Sad Wings or Sin

EDIT: their first TEN* are 5/5

Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


"first eight albums are all 5/5"
I'd include Defenders in there too, probably the best thing they ever did aside from Painkiller

Astral Abortis
March 13th 2018


6736 Comments


If I ranked them it'd probably be something like

Sin=Sad > Stained > Screaming > British > Killing > Defenders > Turbo > Rocka > Point

Darius the Great
March 13th 2018


18970 Comments


Decent ranking.
As of now tentatively it'd be for me
Painkiller > Defenders > Screaming > Stained > Sad > British > the rest
Still need to hear Rocka, Ram It Down, and their Ripper era and 2000s stuff.
All in all legendary band, maybe even better than Maiden.

Anthracks
March 13th 2018


6261 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i'm so happy this is so good. this holds up to some of their best work

Digging: Obliteration - Cenotaph Obscure

dante1991
March 14th 2018


675 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This is very sweet, such a fun record and very well produced. The only track I'm not major on is lone wolf, but it's still good. This to me seems like classic 80s priest style with some painkiller elements and some 70s priest in some of the more melodic sections (parts of sea of red and children of the sun).



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