Judas Priest Premieres ‘Never The Heroes’ Lyric Video; Announces Signing Event

Courtesy: Columbia Records

There’s more good news from Judas Priest as fans await the release of the band’s new album Firepower.

The band, today, premiered the lyric video for its latest single ‘Never The Heroes.’  The song is just the latest to come from Firepower, the band’s 18th full-length studio recording.  The song is available now for purchase here via multiple outlets.  The band explained in a collective statement that the song centers on the men and women who go to war, but also can apply in daily struggles in everyday people’s lives.

“‘Never The Heroes’ is about the courageous men and women that enter war – never trained to be heroes, but becoming heroic due to their actions and sacrifices doing their duty for their people and country,” the band said.  “It resonates as there is a hero in all of us, and in times of struggle, we can be strong and united – conquering our own challenges and helping others – It’s a traditional Priest mid-tempo powerhouse with a powerful message!”

Firepower will be released next Friday, March 9 via Epic Records.  In celebration of its release, the band has also announced that it will hold a signing session March 19 at 6 p.m. at the Sony Square NYC on 25 Madison Avenue in New York City.

The band will also head out on the road in support of Firepower beginning March 13 in in Wilkes-Barre, PA.  the tour is currently scheduled to run through April 5 in Green Bay, WI.  The band’s full tour schedule is available online now along with its latest news and more at:


Website: http://www.judaspriest.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OfficialJudasPriest

Twitter: http://twitter.com/judaspriest


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