The live version rips, but the studio version isn’t on the same level.That and Heading Out to the Highway.
Yeah, unfortunately it’s still about half filler. But there are a few worthy tracks.But honestly I should definitely relisten to the whole album.
Short leg for Priest. I expect a great stage design for this tour.Priest will celebrate 50th anniversary of the band touring trough USA in september
Might be true, but on the other hand, Sabaton's sets and albums consist of variations of a single song. So I guess we can call it a draw?It'll definitely happen energy-wise. I've seen Priest twice in the last 3 years. They brought about as much energy to their entire show as Sabaton brings to a single song.
The intro (without the drums), the riffs and the fast tempo are right from the Painkiller album, while the drum intro and the screaming vocals are right from the title track from JP '90. Brutal chorus (accompanied by the same type of singing in the verses) and great solos (fast and slow ones). The choir singing after the solos and the middle slow part are a curious changes of the tempo/additions (short bass solo can be heard too). The outro is the same like the intro. Good song for a title track. Both songs released so far are good imo.Official Music video
I have to say that IRON MAIDEN got an awful lot of things right where we got some things not so right, I guess.
I think when bands like IRON MAIDEN came along, they kind of knew their direction and kept it there. And that element of consistency as well, with bands like the mighty AC/DC and various bands, that works really, really well. And also the consistency of just going out year after year as well and working really, really hard.