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30 Pieces of Wisdom From Judas Priest Lyrics

50 million album sales, thousands of live gigs and untold influence on the course of metal: Judas Priest are a worldwide phenomenon.

As they ready their 17th studio album, Redeemer of Souls, we take a look at their huge back catalogue and pick out 30 pieces of wisdom from the band's lyrics: little pieces of guidance to live your life - Judas Priest style - and who wouldn't want to do that?

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Redeemer of Souls is released 14th July

Discover Rob Halford's Ultimate Playlist here

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