With Bloodstock Open Air 2021 less than a few weeks away, the difficult journey out of lock-down, organising a festival that can actually go ahead, meeting all of the COVID-19 safe requirements and ensuring that the bands that have been booked can actually get to Derbyshire to play their allotted slots has been nothing short of both a nightmare and a miracle of perseverance of character in the face of adversity.
It’s a relationship, and there are always two sides to it. One person’s way of doing something is not another person’s way of doing it.
There are few vocalists as well respected as Halford. The full crowd in front of them suggests that everyone has place for Priest.
Words: Alan Daly Pics: © Olga Kuzmenko Photography The first full day of Bloodstock 2018 starts out overcast but dry, as hungover heads come to life around the campsite. We make our way back to the arena to the sound of klaxons summoning the pre-noon risers to the Ronnie James Dio stage where British […]
If you’ve made it to the end of the weekend…. pause for a moment to pay respect to fallen comrades, those who have been overcome by the mixture of heat and the demon drink.
Each band gave an invigorating performance that had the audience on their feet all night long to the furthest reaches of the Prudential Center.
Judas Priest’s 18th studio album became another great addition to an already impressive discography. The true highlights on the album are the moments when the band unveils their full riff power.
There are no boundaries; we can explore as many musical directions and styles to be ourselves as much as we want to be.
Set for release on Friday, March 9th, 2018 via Epic Records – the album is comprised of fourteen tracks of pure and highly inspired metal.