Metal band Judas Priest celebrating the 30th anniversary of their eighth studio album
The metal men of Judas Priest are commemorating the 30th anniversary of the release of their eighth full-length album, “Screaming for Vengeance,” with a deluxe two-disc edition of the release.
The “Screaming for Vengeance: Special 30th Anniversary Edition” will include a special, re-mastered edition of the album, as well as some bonus songs and a DVD of the metal greats’ show on May 29, 1983, at the US Festival in San Bernardino, Calif.
“Screaming for Vengeance,” which first dropped in July of 1982, gave the world Priest hits such as “You’ve Got Another Thing Coming,” “Electric Eye,” “Riding the Wind,” “Bloodstone” and more. The deluxe version’s bonus tracks offer four live cuts of songs recorded at a Sept. 1982 show in San Antonio, Texas.
Meanwhile, the DVD offers 12 performances from Judas Priest’s “Heavy Metal Day” show at the US Festival, including the songs “Breaking the Law,” “Heading Out to the Highway,” “Diamonds and Rust,” “Electric Eye, “Living After Midnight” and more.
“Screaming for Vengeance: Special 30th Anniversary Edition” is slated to arrive on Sept. 4.