Celebrating their 50 years on the road, Judas Priest announced their first United Kingdom tour after 10 years and they will have as special guests Saxon and Uriah Heep. Called “Metal Masters”, the shows will happen in March 2024 in Glasgow, Leeds, Dublin, Bornemouth, Birmingham, and London.
Judas Priest is currently recording a new album, the follow-up to “Firepower”, released in 2018. The band is currently formed by Rob Halford (Vocals), Ian Hill (Bass), Scott Travis (Drums), Richie Faulkner (Guitar), Glenn Tipton (Guitar – Doesn’t tour with the band anymore) and Andy Sneap (Touring guitarist and producer).
“Judas Priest are excited to announce our first 2024 shows in the U.K. and Ireland – we are thrilled to start this World Tour in the renowned traditional homes of Heavy Metal and can’t wait to see our amazing family of Priest maniacs!” The band said in an official statement.
The band recently announced Diamond Head’s guitarist Brian Tatler will be their new touring guitarist replacing Paul Quinn who continues to be an official member of the band but decided to retire from touring.
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