JUDAS PRIEST will be guests on the US nationally syndicated radio show Rockline with host Bob Coburn on Monday, July 21st at 8:30 PM (PT) / 11:30 PM (ET).
Fans are encouraged to speak with the band by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625).
For a station near you and for information regarding how to log onto the Internet for the broadcast go to RocklineRadio.com
With anticipation building towards the June 17th release date of Judas Priest's double-disc concept album, Nostradamus (and forthcoming Metal Masters tour), three band members - singer Rob Halford and guitarists Glenn Tipton and KK Downing - will participate in another in-store signing - the first in over two decades. On Thursday, May 8, the legends will be at Hot Topic at the Plaza at King of Prussia (in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania). The Hot Topic signing begins at 6:00 p.m., and will be limited to 500 people (on a first-come, first-served basis). In order to receive a wristband, fans must pre-order Nostradamus or purchase any Judas Priest CD or t-shirt in the store, beginning May 2. Fans will also receive a free poster. The band will sign one item per customer - no guitars, please. For more information about the Hot Topic signing, call (610) 265-6610.
As previously reported, the three "metal gods" will sign autographs on Friday, May 9 at Vintage Vinyl (in Woodbridge, New Jersey). The Vintage Vinyl signing also begins at 6pm, and again, will be limited to the first 500 fans. Fans will be able to pre-order Nostradamus (regular or deluxe version), and will receive a wristband that gets them access to this exclusive event. They will also receive a poster, which they can get signed by Rob, Glenn and KK. The guys will only be signing one item per customer - again, no guitars please - and there will be one wristband per customer. For more information about the Vintage Vinyl signing, call (732) 225-7717.
"The Nostradamus album - above all others - is perhaps the one I'm most proud of," says Glenn Tipton. "Whilst in essence and character still very much Judas Priest, it has afforded the opportunity to explore areas of classical and operatic dimensions that the band normally wouldn't. As a guitarist and writer it has inspired me to greater heights and opened new doors to intrigue and passion. From start to finish it will take you through a magical experience filled with light, shade, drama, melody and emotion, that reflects this unique man and his life. Why did we choose Nostradamus? We didn't - he chose us. We feel it was meant to be!"
For more information, visit www.judaspriest.com.
The title track to Judas Priest's 'Nostradamus' is currently streaming on BW&BK KnuckleTracks Audio Player - head to the left-hand-side of BraveWords.com to listen.