Ian Hill, Judas Priest Release “Firepower” Teaser

Ian HillIan Hill, Judas Priest Release “Firepower” Teaser

Metal icons are planning new album, tour for 2018

By David Sands
November 29, 2017

Bassist Ian Hill and his musical brethren in Judas Priest will soon be bringing out the heavy ammunition for a new album, and they’ve decided to share a preview of the coming musical onslaught with fans via a new YouTube teaser.

The band has released a snippet of their song “Firepower,” which will be the title track of an upcoming album of the same name slated for March of 2018. (LISTEN BELOW.) The new release will be their first new album since 2014’s Redeemer of Souls.

If the rampaging riffs on the 15 second preview are any indication of what to expect, metalheads are in for a hell of a good time next year.

Judas Priest is also set to embark on a North American tour next spring, which will kick off March 13 in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. (SEE CONFIRMED DATES BELOW.)

Judas Priest 2018 North American Tour Dates:
3/13/2018 Wilkes Barre, PA  Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
3/15/2018 Youngstown, OH  Covelli Centre
3/17/2018 Uniondale, NY  Nassau Coliseum
3/18/2018 Washington, DC  The Anthem
3/20/2018 Newark, NJ  Prudential Center
3/22/2018 Uncasville, CT  Mohegan Sun Arena
3/25/2018 Ottawa, ON  The A at TD Place
3/27/2018 London, ON  Budweiser Gardens
3/28/0208 Oshawa, ON  Tribute Communities Centre
3/30/2018 Orillia, ON  Casino Rama
3/31/2018 Detroit, MI  Detroit Masonic Temple
4/3/2018 Milwaukee, WI  Riverside Theater
4/5/2018 Green Bay, WI  Resch Center
4/8/2018 Bloomington, IL  Grossinger Motors Arena
4/10/2018 Casper, WY  Casper Events Center
4/11/2018 Loveland, CO  Budweiser Events Center
4/15/2018 Kent, WA  ShoWare Center
4/17/2018 Portland, OR  Veterans Memorial Coliseum
4/19/2018 San Francisco  The Warfield
4/22/2018 Los Angeles, CA  Microsoft Theater
4/24/2018 Phoenix, AZ  Comerica Theatre
4/26/2018 Tulsa, OK  BOK Center
4/28/2018 Dallas, TX  The Bomb Factory
4/29/2018 Sugarland, TX  Smart Financial Centre
5/1/2018 San Antonio, TX  Freeman Coliseum

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