Judas Priest

Accept Blind Rage world tour continues; announce new guitarist Uwe Lulis and drummer Christopher Williams

New video released for Fall Of The Empire, tour dates below

German metallers Accept have announced the addition of guitarist Uwe Lulis and drummer Christopher Williams to the group's ranks.

Judas Priest - Defenders of the Faith 30th Anniversary Edition (Sony)

Better late than never...

A number of question surround this reissue; Heralded as a ‘30th anniversary special edition’, the album has actually been re-released over 31 years after its initial appearance, whilst hardcore fan

Judas Priest's Ian Hill: 'I must be West Brom's only Fan!"

Breaking the what?!

It’s always nice when you interview a musician who you admire and they turn out not to be a total dick.

Arch Enemy and Kreator announce 7" split for upcoming North American tour

Arch Enemy and Kreator issue split 7", get in quick not many available and only available at the shows

This October/November, metal icons Arch Enemy will be returning to North American soil to tour in support of their new, critically acclaimed album, Wa

Judas Priest - Redeemer of Souls (Sony)

At least it's not as bad as Nostradamus...
Release Date: 
6 Jul 2014 - 11:30pm

Unlike their great peers Iron Maiden, who seem to treat the internet as simply another arm of their vast merchandising empire without ever actually seeking to con

Screaming for Vengeance: KK Downing remembers the creation of one of metal's greatest Albums...

Metal as Fuck was very very thrilled when KK Downing agreed to talk to us about the creation of this seminal album... here's what he had to tell us!


Screaming for Vengeance - A tribute

We asked some of our friends from the wonderful world of metal their thoughts on this iconic album, which turns thirty today...


Neil Turbin (Deathriders, ex-Anthrax)

Judas Priest - Screaming For Vengeance (Sony)

The iconic album is 30 years old today, and we couldn't let such an auspicious anniversary pass without some sort of tribute, so MaF resident old man Scott Adams has a think about what makes the album so special...


Why I Love... Judas Priest

MaF editor Scott Adams unnecessarily explains why the last thirty years have turned out like they have for him...

When I look back now I can see there were several strands wending their way through my childhood, all pointing to a final culmination at the Hammersmith Odeon in December 1983&hell