If someone did not know at the outset a brief
Atkins is a singer working in the first incarnation of
the group Judas Priest (in 1970-1973). Late last year, Gonzo Multimedia record label,
the album Fri. "Reloaded" is a
collection of newly recorded, with the participation of, among
others, Ian Hill (bass Judas
Priest), Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear), Roy Z, Paula Maya and other musicians,
the most important works from forty years of his career. On this album we find both compositions from the
repertoire of Judas Priest (including "Victim Of Changes" with memorable album
"Sad Wings Of Destiny"), and his later bands Lion and Holy Rage. One answer: a compilation review of its rich
is an album just in time for the organic heavy metal fans, and for fans of Judas
Priest in particular. As a bonus
they will find on it never previously unreleased early demo Judas Priest
starring KK Downing and Ian Hill as the song "Mind Conception
is strongly electrifying position for followers uncompromising heavy
metal. Album a man who, despite his
age, rather pointing to retire (Al recently entered the 70th year of his life)
still has one of the strongest voices of classic metal. Does this album was to be his musical
testament? I hope not, because the
form in which Al Atkins has found itself should think that we can expect from
him again many interesting new recordings.
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