New Judas Priest Album Now Prone to Be Launched in 2024

Rob Halford has revealed that Judas Priest’s extremely anticipated forthcoming album will doubtless arrive in 2024, after beforehand hinting at a 2023 launch.

The singer mentioned the near-finished album in a brand new interview with Steel Specific Radio. The instrumental tracks have been recorded, and are actually simply awaiting the Steel God’s vocals.

“As I’ve been saying in these latest Zooms, they’re all ready for me, as a result of all of the music is finished,” remarked Halford. “I’ve obtained the album right here in entrance of me, on my laptop computer, and it sounds fucking superb, which you anticipate each musician to say. However I’ve actually gotta do my work now, and guarantee that what I do pertains to the good work that the blokes have finished.”

He continued: “So, it’s coming collectively. It’ll be prepared when it’s prepared. However we’re attempting to stay on a timeline. We’re hoping to do that Ozzy [Osbourne] tour [kicking off this May in Europe]. Please, Ozzy, be properly sufficient; I believe he will probably be. As soon as we do the Ozzy tour, then we’re gonna actually get into the again finish of ending the report after which in all probability being able to launch that. I’m saying now — I did say ’23 — it appears prefer it’s ’24, which isn’t that distant.”

The follow-up to 2018’s extremely acclaimed Firepower has once more seen touring guitarist Andy Sneap dealing with manufacturing duties. A clumsy second occurred final January when Sneap was dropped from Priest’s touring lineup solely to be reinstated days later. Halford personally took the blame for the runaround, and each events appear to have moved on, persevering with work within the studio and getting ready for the aforementioned European tour with Ozzy Osbourne in Could.

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Watch the interview with Halford beneath.



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