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Sermons of the Sinner
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 19, 2021 at 15:54|
|This just isn't on the level of Judas Priest, despite being led by founding guitarist K. K. Downing. There are some strong riffs, and a few good songs ("Hellfire Thunderbolt" was a good choice for a first single), but to be blunt, this sounds like a regional Priest cover band deciding to try and write some originals. Ripper sounds great, but he tends to dominate many songs, overpowering them and detracting from them in a way that Halford rarely does. It's like he really doesn't know when or how to hold back. I get it, that's his thing, but in the end, KK's Priest sounds like any of the generic power-metal "projects" he's been involved with, like Beyond Fear. So Ken's attempt at revenge on his former bandmates for not offering him his job back after he decided he didn't want to stay retired just ends up being another vehicle for Ripper to shriek over.
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