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New Track "March Of The Damned" Streaming From Judas Priest

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Legendary metal act Judas Priest posted is now streaming the entire new track "March of the Damned" in the player below.

The track is accompanied by an introduction by guitarist Glenn Tipton and the song will appear on the upcoming new release "Redeemer of Souls," which drops July 14th (EU) through Columbia Records and July 15th (North America) via Epic Records.

The track listing for "Redeemer of Souls" is:

1. Dragonaut
2. Redeemer of Souls (streaming here)
3. Halls of Valhalla
4. Sword of Damocles
5. March of the Damned
6. Down in Flames
7. Hell & Back
8. Cold Blooded
9. Metalizer
10. Crossfire
11. Secrets of the Dead
12. Battle Cry
13. Beginning of the End

Check out "March of the Damned" here:

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1. omatron writes:

Classic sounding riffs...can't wait

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2. spiral_architect writes:

IF THE REST OF THE ALBUM IS AS GOOD AS REDEEMER AND MARCH, IT WILL BE SOLID.

# May 20, 2014 @ 4:18 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. Blindgreed1 writes:

Not very impressive...

# May 21, 2014 @ 3:01 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. ZMA writes:

I gotta say I really wasn't feeling their title track. I doesn't have that punch I'd expect from Priest. This song was way much better but it still felt off. I'm starting to feel like they're gonna pull a "Halford."
I'm referring to the last Halford record. Most of the tracks on that album were good, and pretty heavy......but the last track, The Mower, felt like how I'd want Halford or Priest to feel. Heavy as fvck with high screams, and even one lone guttural at the very end. So I feel like they'll do something like that. 1 track will be insanely heavy and give that old Priest vibe to it. The rest will be like this. Not a bad thing. I'm only assuming of course. I just wish they'd do another Angel Of Retribution, but maybe I'm asking too much. Either way I've got their entire back catalog to enjoy. It's basically Halford's vocals I have a problem with. I wanna see him push it like I know he can.

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