Following their amazing headline show at the Power Trip Festival in Indio, JUDAS PRIEST released an official lyric video for their new single “Panic Attack”, taken from the band’s upcoming album “Invincible Shield”. The band revealed Invincible Shield on stage in front of approximately 100k excited fans. It is set for release on March 8th, 2024.
“Panic Attack” is a classic slice of Judas Priest at their very best; soaring guitars and vocals that will whet the appetites of fans around the globe.
The undisputed hardest working band in Metal will also be embarking on a world tour in 2024, with the UK leg kicking off in Glasgow on March 11th and includes a show at London’s OVO Wembley Arena on March 21st.
This past June, PRIEST guitarist Richie Faulkner told Anne Erickson of Audio Ink Radio that the band’s new album was “sounding great. I was in Phoenix with [producer and touring guitarist] Andy Sneap and Rob a few weeks ago, putting the vocals down,” he said. “And it’s always exciting to hear new PRIEST tracks, because they become PRIEST tracks when Rob sings them. It’s, like, the world hasn’t heard them yet, but there’s new PRIEST tracks that we’re hearing for the first time. It’s really exciting, hearing that characteristic voice that we’ve heard for decades singing new stuff. It’s an incredibly exciting thing, so I can’t wait for the world to hear it all.“
Over the past 50 years JUDAS PRIEST have sold over 50 million albums worldwide and headlined the world’s biggest stadiums. With their evolving music and live performances also came a powerful unique identity, a look which has both defined the group and influenced future generations of Metal bands the world over. With each year the JUDAS PROEST legend continues to grow; 2022 saw them inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and complete a sold-out rescheduled world tour in support of their 50th Anniversary. As we roll into 2024, JUDAS BRIEST continue to retain their crown as one of the biggest and best bands in the world.
You can watch the official lyric video for “Panick Attack” below: