Judas Priest – A Touch of Evil: Life

Publicado el 25/05/2009 | por Perem | Grupos

All of the tracks were recorded throughout the Judas Priest World Tours in 2005 and 2008

From Judas Priest.com:

“A Touch Of Evil: Live” track listing:

01. Judas Rising
02. Hellrider
03. Between The Hammer & The Anvil
04. Riding On The Wind
05. Death
06. Beyond The Realms Of Death
07. Dissident Aggressor
08. A Touch Of Evil
09. Eat Me Alive
10. Prophecy
11. Painkiller

As the creators of a live release that is considered to be one of the all-time great concert recordings in the realm of heavy metal (1979’s ‘Unleashed in the East’), whenever Judas Priest announce a new live album, metalheads worldwide instantly take note. And on ‘A Touch of Evil: Live’ (due for release in July 2009 via Sony Music and Epic Records), the mighty Priest – which includes singer Rob Halford, guitarists Glenn Tipton and KK Downing, bassist Ian Hill, and drummer Scott Travis – doesn’t disappoint. Focusing primarily on fan-revered album cuts (all previously unreleased in live form on CD), ‘A Touch of Evil: Live’ features absolutely scintillating renditions of such Priest gems as “Riding on the Wind,” “Beyond the Realms of Death,” “Dissident Aggressor,” “A Touch of Evil,” “Eat Me Alive,” and the set-closing “Painkiller.” Also of note are the first live album appearances of standouts from Priest’s critically acclaimed 2008 concept double disc, ‘Nostradamus’ (“Death” and “Prophecy”).

Recorded by Martin Walker and Brian Thorene during the Judas Priest’s mammoth 2005 and 2008 world tours, ‘A Touch of Evil: Live’ also marks the first Priest album that producer Tom Allom has worked on since 1988 (co-producing along with the band). It was such Allom-produced albums as the aforementioned ‘Unleashed in the East,’ as well as ‘British Steel’ and ‘Screaming for Vengeance’ (among others) that made Priest not only one of the premier metal acts, but one of the leading global rock acts. As heard throughout ‘A Touch of Evil: Live,’ Priest remain a must-see live act…and a must-hear one, as well.
 
 

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4 Respuestas a Judas Priest – A Touch of Evil: Life

  1. paulamule dijo:

    Pues desde luego que promete aunque la voz del Metal God no sea la que fue, lógico por otra parte.
    Salud.

  2. Rocklive.es dijo:

    Me jode mogollón los cuatro años de conciertos en un sólo CD, A primera vista el repertorio me parece pobre y escaso, Habrá que esperar

  3. "Mr. Stoned" dijo:

    Tiene buena pinta!!

    Esperemos a ver! Eso sí aclaran que el “Unleashed in the East” del ´79 es considerado unos de los mejores álbumes en vivo del Heavy Metal de la historia!!

    Gracias Perem nuevamente por compartirlo!

  4. Perem dijo:

    La edad no perdona Paula, pero se sigue manteniendo ahí arriba y con ganas de seguir. Y esto ya me vale.

    Rocklive, pues si, coincido contigo. Un total de 11 temas que de entrada parecen escasos.

    Mr.Stoned, como bien dices, esperemos a ver que tal.

    Un saludo a todos/as.

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