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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 18, 2018 at 11:06|
|Jugulator has its champions, but I would have to say Firepower is the best Priest album since Painkiller, certainly if you confine the conversation to albums featuring Rob Halford. The first five tracks are all jacked out of the park, so you don't even hardly notice, and easily forgive, Halford's very sparing use of his trademark shriek. The riffs are powerful, his singing strong, and the production is crystal-cear and heavy as fuck (but it's Andy Sneap, so that's a given). Fourteen tracks is about four too many for this band, even if one ("Guardians") is just an intro/interlude, so I would lose that, as well as both the slower songs, "Sea Of Red" and "Rising From Ruins." I'm having trouble recalling "Children of the Sun" and "Spectre" offhand, but aside from that, every other song leaves an impression, and a very positive one. Priest's days of breaking new zground or pushing boundaries are long over, but Firepower shows them sounding as confident as ever.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 18, 2018 at 11:07|
|"Hey man--the new Judas Priest sounds a lot like Primal Fear!"Just kidding--I had to do it.
||Date: March 29, 2018 at 12:25|
|This is one solid album! Listening to it now, lovin' it.
|From: Metal T
||Date: May 6, 2018 at 11:29|
|Impressive.This thing is loaded w/ great riffs.Halford's vox are strong and the tunes themselves are memorable.IMO 'Firepower' is the best thing they've recorded since either 'Jugulator' or 'Painkiller'.Good Stuff!
|From: hair metal again
||Date: July 18, 2018 at 9:48|
|very very good new release for the mighty JUDAS PRIEST and all the fans will be satisfied by their energy,quality and performing after so many years around!in general it reminds me of the Painkillers days but without the perfect production and the outstanding songwriting!"firepower",'spectre","evil never dies" are the highlights
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