Harmonix and MTV announced today that Judas Priest fans can get the band’s live recording of British Steel, next week.
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Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford has applied for a “Metal God” game trademark. Seriously. Here’s the proof. The Brit has been dubbed “Rock God” by the metal trade thanks to a four-and-a-half octave vocal range. Everyone needs a hobby. Thanks, superannuation.
So says the Major. “Screaming for Vengeance” is the first full album released on Rock Band, and is to be followed by The Cars’ The Cars and The Pixies’ Doolittle in the coming months.
Judas Priest’s Screaming For Vengeance will be the first full album to go on sale via Rock Band, Kotaku reports. The 10-track record will cost $14.99, with individual tracks being offered for $1.99 apiece. The Cars’ The Cars will be the second album on the game’s download service in May, following by The Pixies’ Doolittle […]