it dates back to before ww 1. When people were shocked and wanted to blaspheme but couldn't they would say "Judas Priest" instead. It sounds similar to Jesus Christ.
Judas Priest was created in 1969.
The drummer for Judas Priest is Scott Travis.
Judas Priest formed in England in 1969.
The Best of Judas Priest was created in 1978.
how many songs have Judas priest written
Judas priest is heavy metal one of the first actually.
Rob Halford, the lead singer for Judas Priest, is an Englishman.
The Essential Judas Priest was created on 2006-04-11.
Metallica is more popular than Judas Priest.
Demolition - Judas Priest album - was created in 1999.
Sinner - Judas Priest song - was created in 1977.
Painkiller - Judas Priest song - was created in 1990.
Personally, I think Metallica is better. I mean Judas Priest IS good, don't get me wrong, but Metallica is top heavy metal has always been and will always be.
I saw Judas Priest open for KISS in 1978 or 1979 in Chicago.
It comes from a Bob Dylan song called "The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest"
Revolution - Judas Priest song - was created in 2004-10.
The Rolling Stones are definitely more popular than Judas Priest.
If you mean "Another thing coming" Judas Priest.
Turbo - Judas Priest album - was created on -19-12-06.
Burn in Hell - Judas Priest song - was created in 1997.
Live in London - Judas Priest DVD - was created in 2002-09.
Scorpions were more popular back in the day, but maybe Judas Priest is more popular these days.
Ian Hill has: Played Himself (Judas Priest) in "Dream Deceivers: The Story Behind James Vance vs. Judas Priest" in 1992. Played Dead Before Credits in "Dead Right" in 1993. Performed in "Behind the Music" in 1997. Played himself in "Classic Albums: Judas Priest - British Steel" in 2001. Played Himself - bass in "Judas Priest: Electric Eye" in 2003. Played Bass in "Judas Priest Live: British Steel" in 2010. Played himself in "Judas Priest: Epitaph" in 2013.