Judas Priest have launched a stream of Dragonaut, the opening track from upcoming album Redeemer Of Souls.
Guitarist Richie Faulkner – who joined after KK Downing left in 2011 and has been credited with rejuvenating the band – describes it as "a rip-roaring ride from start to finish."
He adds: "It's a big, heavy track. Unmistakeable Judas Priest."
Redeemer Of Souls is released on July 4.
- Redeemer Of Souls
- Halls Of Valhalla
- Sword Of Damocles
- March Of The Damned
- Down In Flames
- Hell & Back
- Cold Blooded
- Secrets Of The Dead
- Battle Cry
- Beginning Of The End
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