JUDAS PRIEST: Multi-Camera Fan-Filmed Video Of 'One Shot At Glory' From BLOODSTOCK OPEN AIRAugust 28, 2021
Multi-camera fan-filmed video footage of JUDAS PRIEST performing the song "One Shot At Glory" on August 15 at the Bloodstock Open Air festival, which took place at Catton Park, Walton-on-Trent, United Kingdom, can be seen.
The British heavy metal legends, who are celebrating their 50th anniversary, were rejoined by guitarist Glenn Tipton during their first concert in more than two years. The band also pulled out a number of surprises in its set, including first-ever performances of "One Shot At Glory" and "Invader", as well as several tracks that hadn't been played in a long time, such as "Rocka Rolla (performed for the first time since 1976),"Exciter" (first time since 2005),"Hell Patrol" (first time since 2009),"A Touch Of Evil" (first time since 2005),"Dissident Aggressor" (first time since 2009) and "Blood Red Skies" (first time since 2012).
Tipton was diagnosed with Parkinson's seven years ago — after being stricken by the condition at least half a decade earlier — but announced in early 2018 he was going to sit out touring activities in support of JUDAS PRIEST's latest studio album, "Firepower". He was replaced by "Firepower" album producer Andy Sneap, who is also known for his work in NWOBHM revivalists HELL and cult thrash outfit SABBAT.
As he has done a number of other times over the course of the last three and a half years, Tipton joined PRIEST onstage on Bloodstock for the encore, performing "Metal Gods", "Breaking The Law" and "Living After Midnight".
JUDAS PRIEST's setlist for Bloodstock Open Air 2021 festival:
01. One Shot At Glory (live debut)
02. Lightning Strike
03. You've Got Another Thing Comin'
04. Exciter (first time since 2005)
05. Turbo Lover
06. Hell Patrol (first time since 2009)
07. Halls Of Valhalla
08. The Sentinel
09. Rocka Rolla (first time since 1976)
10. Victim Of Changes
11. Desert Plains
12. A Touch Of Evil (first time since 2005)
13. Dissident Aggressor (first time since 2009)
14. Blood Red Skies (first time since 2012)
15. Invader (live debut)
17. The Hellion / Electric Eye
18. Hell Bent For Leather
19. Metal Gods (with Glenn Tipton)
20. Breaking The Law (with Glenn Tipton)
21. Living After Midnight (with Glenn Tipton)
PRIEST singer Rob Halford recently told Metal Pilgrim that Glenn is "still actively involved with JUDAS PRIEST, a hundred percent. Andy is still standing in that spot for Glenn with Glenn's blessing… And my gratitude to Andy. It couldn't have happened in a better way, if you wanna try and make something good out of it. It was a really important day when Glenn said, 'I think it's probably best if I step to the side and maybe we should let Andy come in.' That was just a really beautiful act of selflessness. That's Glenn treasuring PRIEST and PRIEST's reputation, particularly in live concert more than anything else. So bless Glenn for that. And as a result, Andy stepped in and did amazing work on the 'Firepower' tour, and we're looking forward to doing the same thing with him on this 50th-anniversary [tour]. And don't discount the fact that Glenncan show up. He plays the guitar differently, but there's no reason why Glenn can't show up and do some work. I mean, I've said to Glenn, 'Just walk out on stage and do that to everybody [flashes devil horns], and the people will just go fucking crazy, 'cause you are loved so much.' But I've got a feeling that Glenn's gonna be making the occasional appearance on this 50th-anniversary [tour]."
This past June, JUDAS PRIEST announced the rescheduled dates for the North American leg of its 50th-anniversary tour. Produced by Live Nation, the "50 Heavy Metal Years" trek will feature SABATON as openers. It will kick off on September 8 in Reading, Pennsylvania and run through October before concluding on November 5 in Hamilton, Ontario.
In early April, JUDAS PRIEST's European tour, which was scheduled to kick off in late May, was once again postponed due to "ongoing COVID-19 vaccine issues." The trek will now run from May 27, 2022 in Moscow, Russia until July 31, 2022 in Oberhausen, Germany.
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