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[Priestfan2010] Wednesday, January 26, 2011 7:57:04 PM 
Stop by at Heineken Open'er Festival in Poland!!!
[Priestfan2010] Wednesday, January 26, 2011 7:56:55 PM 
Stop by at Heineken Open'er Festival in Poland!!!
[the highway terror] Thursday, January 20, 2011 3:39:22 PM 
eagerly awaiting the u.s. dates !! dont forget about ohio !!maybe an outdoor show at :
[Andrew Plekhanov] Thursday, January 20, 2011 3:05:11 PM 
Happy birthday, dear Ian! Be your birthday really happy! Hi from Saint-Peterburg! Been a fan of yours and the band since 1990! Don't forget your Russian fans! We're all waiting for you!!! DON'T FORGET SAINT-PETERSBURG, PLEASE!!!! Andrew
[Ken 8706] Tuesday, January 18, 2011 4:19:19 PM 
Hey Guys, Please don't forget the mid-west. St. Louis Missouri, especially. We need another good dose of your awesome show. Still hoping it's not the last but we Love You ALL just the same!!
Long Time Fan,
[vukluka] Tuesday, January 18, 2011 3:10:00 PM 
Thank you ,thank you,thank you...................
[markallene] Monday, January 17, 2011 7:31:18 PM 
Guys, you all refined metal to a class act.  You don't need make-up or gimmics, just great passionate rock and roll.  I broke into the metal scene on Sabbath and Bachman Turner Overdrive in the early 70's but when I heard the "Hell Bent for Leather" album, I was hooked.  It was the first JP album I bought.  Then I expanded onto the other albums that came before.  I have been a devoted fan (all excepting the Ripper years...sorry guys) but when Rob came back from his Halford days (which Rob, I actually loved that live album you all did), I knew the old sound was back.   

I sincerely hope you all are not breaking up, but if so I have a short thanks for gratitude for each of you.  Thank you for coming to Dallas, Texas last year and playing the whole British Steel album. My favorite song is Steeler and I never new I'd get to see it live.  Thank you.

To Rob: Man, you are the voice of rock and roll. No one is like you.  There will never be another Rob Halford, I hope you stick around because man, I think you refine JP to the super band that you are.  
To Glenn: You are my hero guitar player dude.  I think you are incredible, always seem so cordial to the audience and when you motion to the crowd you love us, that is total class.  As a fan, thank you for doing that. 
To KK: What riffs man.  You are such a class act and just are a fantastic guitar player.  Your hair and V are just like a fucking iconic statue.  I really appreciate your musical talent and dedication to us fans.
To Ian:  You make it all flow together man.  I don't even have the words to express what a wonderful bassest you are dude.  Thank you for all your dedication and efforts.  Who doesn't love your work on Metal Gods?
To Scott: Just incredible drumming man.  It was awesome to see you perform in Dallas.  You make it all the heavier man.  There is no other style and you are unique and one of a kind.  I always know you from anyone else.  Thank you for you.

I hope you all can make it back to Dallas on your tour because guys I'll be there cheering you on for the fourth or fifth time.

You all are my favorite band of all time and I will sincerely miss you.  Just this year I had a custom license plate made in dedication to the band.  I ride a 1800cc bike black with red flames and custom license plate that is a dedication to one of my favorite songs.  It reads HLRIDR.  My wife looked at me like I was fuckin nuts.  If I knew how to send you a photo of it, I would be honored.  Thanks again for blessing my life with JP.
Edited at: Monday, January 17, 2011 7:37:44 PM
[the highway terror] Tuesday, January 11, 2011 7:31:58 PM 
anxiously awaiting the Priest's return to Ohio............
[Lemmy Lychanthrope] Tuesday, January 11, 2011 3:54:05 PM 
Priest! Please say it ain't so!!!! Please don't go! "Don't go! Please don't leave me. Don't go in the morning! Don't go! Please don't deceive me. Don't take it away!" I'd do I'd do anything for you!
[Tyrant] Saturday, January 08, 2011 6:25:10 AM 

Jayne ! Where are you ? we dont hear enough from you. You are a fox , and i would like to hear from you, and i would like some pic's ...... LMFAO, bold huh ! Sorry guy's ( J.P ) The Priest machine is awsome and we all know it, but so is Jayne .

Nuff said.

Never turn your back, on the Ripper! T.O. !

[JT_Small_Deadly_Space] Friday, January 07, 2011 8:17:41 AM 
I too second what J.D is asking of you. I know it must be a monumental task, but please, please give us just one more album. Judas Priest the band, the music, everything it stands for means the world to me.

I have been a fan for about 8 years now and you're the only band I have truly supported and loved my whole life. If you can find it in your hearts to write us another classic heavy metal album, we in the metal community will be eternally grateful.

I don't think I've ever wanted something more than what I am asking you as a band right now and I know there are people everywhere now clinging on to a glimmer of hope that you will produce this last metal masterpiece for us.

Please Priest give us one more metal monster of an album. We can wait just please create it.

Your loyal and devoted fan, JT

[Palmer Griffiths] Saturday, January 01, 2011 12:45:22 AM 
 HI to Rob/Scott/Glen/KK & Ian. I don't know if you guys will see this post due to the fact you're on a really busy schedule but none the less.I want to say thanks for all the great music you made and how much you touched my life and made me love the Genre known as Heavy Metal.If it wasn't  for you all I don't know if I would have picked up a guitar.Glen & KK were such an inspiration to me along with the rest of you. I'm sure you hear this from alot of fans all around the world.The happiest Day of my life was when I saw you Live in Calgary Alberta Canada  2008 for the first time in my life.Your music made me happy and  for  a fleeting moment could take me away and forget all the rotten things that happen in this world.Thank you so much for the memories and great music. I have to admit I'm a little sad and perhaps teary eyed this is your last tour. Thank you so much for bringing your music into my life and all the other Priest fans around the world..Warmest Regards..Palmer Griffiths..
Edited at: Saturday, January 01, 2011 12:48:39 AM
[Nupe The Ripper] Friday, December 31, 2010 8:24:12 PM 
While the band might or might not read these messages, I'm still posting this message as if I was writing for them.

So, it seems that the career of the Metal Gods, at least as a band (you probably will still continue with some solo projects), is going to end. I've been a fan for a mere four years - which is an extremely short time given the length of your career - but during that time I've become more and more assured that you've been the No.1 metal band of all time, and, quite frankly, the only band I've really been a fan of (and to have purchased the complete discography!). Without you, there probably wouldn't be Iron Maiden, Metallica or any of the other world-famous metal bands. Metal would probably be a marginal style of music. Instead, it's now generally accepted as one of the main genres, which is undoubtedly a result of your relentless effort and influence on the music style. It's a shame that you never quite reached the top, although when looking at your 80's performances on DVD, I find no reason why you shouldn't have! But, all good things must come to an end, and I fully understand that you want do do something different for a change - especially for Ian and K.K., who have been in the band for 40 years straight (not forgetting Glenn and Rob, of course)! It's a shame that you didn't get to work with Scott Travis for a much longer time, he's proved himself to be more than a good drummer!

I fell in love with your music because you could change it so much between different albums, but still keeping that certain sound that separated you from the other popular metal bands. For example, when I first heard "Nostradamus", I could instantly tell that it was still the old Priest back there, somewhat modernized but still keeping in line with the traditional style of metal. No other band with such a long career has so succesfully managed to adapt to the modern times. That is not to say that I don't like your older records, oh no: I like them even more than the newer ones!

Because of my rather young age (having been born a year after Painkiller was released), and not being a fan of the band before late '06, I have seen you perform live just once, at the 2008 Helsinki concert, something I won't ever forget! I'll definitely do everything in my power (and perhaps a little more) to be at Tampere this year, when you will perform your ninth (unless I've done a serious miscalculation) and, most likely, final concert in Finland. You will undoubtedly deliver the goods, ride on the wind and rock to the dawn.

If possible, as a final effort, you could collect any unreleased songs you still have in your possession (which you undoubtedly do have), and release them in connection with the last world tour or after it. The bonus tracks featured on the remasters were so good that I was only left wondering if there was more of them!

While you might stop touring and releasing new material, your music will rock forever. Farewell, Metal Gods.
[Konstantin 14548] Friday, December 31, 2010 1:27:34 AM 
Happy New Year!!! Be good guys for us!
[QT] Saturday, December 25, 2010 11:50:47 PM 
Merry Christmas To My Metal Gods!
All the best in 2011!

It's going to be a great year. I can't wait to see you all again.
Please offer meet & greet packages for the final tour.

 Love Tina
[Terri DiGiacomo] Saturday, December 25, 2010 10:43:25 PM 
I've been a fan since the early 80's. Just want to say thank-you for a life time of Heavy Metal. You deserve to retire, just don't disappear. I appreciate the videos that you put online, more specifically, Glen Tipton... Merry Christmas to you all and rock on! Hope to catch a show on your final tour, but if I can't, hopefully you will record it and sell the videos. Yours Truely, Terri
[guitardude] Saturday, December 25, 2010 8:14:29 PM 

Merry Christmas guys, hope it was great for you!

[the highway terror] Saturday, December 25, 2010 2:59:47 PM 

merry christmas and happy new year to the entire extended priest family !!

here's to a great 2011 !!

[Ken 8706] Saturday, December 25, 2010 11:08:22 AM 
MERRY CHRISTMAS Guys, Jayne, Bill, etc....
Please hear us. ONE MORE ALBUM, EP, or even SONG to go out with. Will make a LOT of us Happy!
PLEASE!!!! Show us again you are the MASTERS one last time!!!
[Konstantin 14548] Saturday, December 25, 2010 3:03:08 AM 
Merry Xmas to all members of Priest!
[~Kim~] Friday, December 24, 2010 10:58:04 AM 
Merry Christmas to my Metal Gods!
Wishing you much love & happiness this holiday season!
[the highway terror] Thursday, December 23, 2010 11:48:24 PM 
First I would like to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season !
  I am wondering if there will be a new album to go along with the Epitaph tour
I have been a Priest fan since '78 when I heard Stained Class for the first time 
I hope to see you guys one last time when you hit Ohio again  hopefully it will be at Blossom music ctr. again it's probably the nicest ampitheater in the state .
hope to see you there 

merry christmas and happy new year !!
[Painkiller87] Wednesday, December 22, 2010 1:36:03 PM 

Hi Rob, Glenn, KK, Ian and Scott!! I would really love to see just one more studio album before you head off into the sunset one more time. Everyone here would love to hear some more amazing work from the greatest metal masterminds on the face of the Earth. We need some more material to go with us to sing on to help alleviate the sorrow brought on from this last hurrah.So please with all of fans on your minds: Unleash something that will shake all of the lands and seas with the massive power of Judas Priest heavy metal!!

Edited at: Wednesday, December 22, 2010 1:38:12 PM
[METALMANJP] Wednesday, December 22, 2010 1:19:56 PM 


[guidogodoy] Wednesday, December 22, 2010 11:23:26 AM 
J.D. sure as heck speaks for ME!!!
[Head banger] Wednesday, December 22, 2010 7:37:53 AM 
What JD said!!!!
[J.D. DIAMOND] Wednesday, December 22, 2010 3:55:11 AM 
K.K.,Rob,Glenn....guys please give us one more studio album,we are all "dying" here man come on alls we ask for is just one more metal monster of an album,all 10 songs just give us one more Judas Priest studio album and we will all be set for life as well as the entire metal community!!!! I speak for this entire forum 100% and as you know the entire WORLD is begging you guys to write us one more!!
[guardian angel] Monday, December 13, 2010 1:02:29 PM 
Love you guys, thanks for the awesome decades of Priest songs!  Can't wait to see you in concert again!  I, like many fans, am still hoping that you will put out one last hard rocking cd of classic Priest.  Not sure what happened this year, that you are doing a farewell tour and no new cd, but I'll enjoy what I can, and I respect your decision.  And by the way, I liked Nostradamus,it's had many plays on my iPod.  I would have liked to have heard more of those songs live, since there are many gems on there, but maybe you took to heart the negative comments on here.  Keep in mind, many liked it too.  Keep the faith, as I will too, and see you on the road!   
[hellrider 31038] Sunday, December 12, 2010 11:59:24 AM 


[Nikitah Imani] Saturday, December 11, 2010 7:09:02 PM 
I was in high school, very much Od'ed on pop music and in the midst of my youthful rebellion listening to 96 Rock in Atlanta and they played You've Got Another Thing Coming by a band called Judas Priest. I didn't know anything about heavy metal really, having grown up with rap and disco and Thriller. Yet the song spoke to me. I bought the album. I even used the Hellion on my campaign for Student Government President at my high school and won. In the middle of inner city Atlanta. LOL A testament to the power. I used it again in college and was elected as a class representative. Priest was my personal youth, my rebellion, that one thing you had that you could use to stick it to the system. Just turn it up. I hate to see the Priest go. But I know all things must come to an end. I guess I just want to say thanks for all the albums the moments the concerts. I'm a true fan, win, lose or draw. I appreciated even the albums others hated, for your willingness to expand the art form and try new things. You never knew what you were going to get with Priest from album to album, song to song, but yet there was the unmistakable voice of Rob as the anchor..and the guitar trinity of KK, Glenn, and Ian to remind you this was Priest. Nostradamus was put down, but you see for those of us who remember all of Priest and not just the 80s, the moments of that album were like the remembrances of our childhood. Not clear as a present moment, but a past seen through the mirror darkly, reminding you of when the world was new. Sure, I'd like one more album, but would that be enough? One more tour, would that be enough? No, never really, I'd want to hold on to those moments. From Rocka Rolla to Nostradamus, I am a child of the Priest..they wrote the soundtrack to my darkest terrors, my freeest dreams, my wandering illusions and for this all I can say is Thank you gentlemen. I plan to try to make the tour and if I do, I know you won't see me, I'll be just one screaming albeit weakened 40 plus year old voice amidst the thousands, but in case you think I'll forget these jewels you gave us all just or cease to be your fan just because tastes have changed.."You've Got Another Thing Coming". I intend to rock the nursing home and they better make sure my coffin comes with speakers.
[gerg71] Saturday, December 11, 2010 6:58:15 PM 
You have to make another can't have a last tour without a new disc..
[PRIEST_HAMMER] Saturday, December 11, 2010 3:49:03 PM 
How very ironic but fitting that they call this the "Epitaph Tour." I will miss Judas Priest. But if we were using politcally correct words this only means that this is the last 'world tour,' that wouldn't mean that they couldn't still make albums and do festivals and summer tours in select areas like local bands, etc. But alas I think we all know what they mean when they say they are calling it quits. They may tell us this is the end but I think we all would like to know why they're hanging it up. Plus, what's in store for the members of Priest? Will Glenn and KK be producing music for other bands, managing, etc? So the future is still bright in a way...we'll just be seeing them in a different light as opposed to putting a Judas Priest record.
I will miss Judas Priest. Losing Ronnie James Dio was hard. But I think it would be even harder to lose a member of Priest if they continued on. Maybe this is the better way. Whatever the reason, I respect their wishes and hope to see them live! I was blessed to see the mighty Priest when Ripper was in the band but have yet to see them with Rob. I will be making the effort this time around.

God bless all of you,
[QT] Friday, December 10, 2010 1:21:57 PM 
My Dearest Metal Gods,
Judas Priest has been my favorite band for over 26 years. Since Rob got back with the band my life has revolved around Priest.  Priest this, Priest that, everything Priest!  I’m loving it! The past 6 years JP has been such a huge part of my life. You have no idea how big! I was deeply sadden to hear the news of the final tour next year. But after my tears dried, I became very thankful for all the years of dedication & sacrifices you have given us.  And all the kick ass music, of course! Thank you all so much. I have so much love & respect for you all.  I know when I’m your age, I’ll still be rockin’ out to The Priest!  Also, Thank you for giving us lots of notice about the final tour. You’re going to see me a few times!

 Love Tina

*To the people that think the band does not read our messages:

Rob once said in an interview, he went to to see what fans were posting for set lists. I don't know if Rob does read these but I do know, he has in the past. He said so himself.

Edited at: Friday, December 10, 2010 1:22:23 PM
[Razvan Joseph] Friday, December 10, 2010 7:50:41 AM 

My dear ROB, GLENN, K.K., IAN and SCOTT,

Since I've read this dramatically news about farewell tour, I must say something collapsed inside me. I keep on reading, but still can not believe it! I refuse to believe, my mind refuses to accept. I knew that a moment like this will come eventually someday, but sad! Very, very, bad news...
I always thought you will be forever! For me, JUDAS PRIEST isn't just a band, just some music...JUDAS PRIEST has always been part of my life where I found myself, I reinvented and where I've never been disappointed, not even once. At any time, in joy or sorrow, JUDAS PRIEST was next to me. You can not imagine how important is JUDAS PRIEST for me! I grew up (I'm 33)  with your music and with your presence in my life! You see, I didn't say "was very important"! I just can't speak about JUDAS PRIESTin past tense. And this is because you will always be present in our hearts and minds through Judas Priest's monumental legacy!

With your permission I would respectfully ask you some questions:
1. Will you record other studio albums, even if you will never perform live?
2. Will you remain active in the rock world, in other ways?
3. Is it possible, sometime in the future, an album of some famous and timeless hits, re-recorded, such as: Hell Bent For Leather, Breaking the Law (with solo, like in live versions), Living After Midnight, Riding On The Wind, Another Thing is Coming...and a few more.This songs represents the essence of JUDAS PRIEST and it will be great to have them in a new, re-recorded, actual versions! The name of the album, would be, unfortunately, sadly, "Epitaph"...

THANK YOU Rob, Glenn, KK, Ian & Scott for your work and creative power, for your elegance, talent and for your unique and unmistakable style! You leave the world something that will never be matched in any way!
Words can not express anything at the moment!

Best regards,
Razvan, Romania

[metallo] Thursday, December 09, 2010 4:53:32 PM 
First of all I'm happy to see that I'm not the only Italian fan writing.
I will be in Milan. Only death can deny me the pleasure to see once again JP. i don't say for the last time just because after 30 years I cannot stand it. I  know that it is normal and maybe is right. Is better to leave when you're still the best than become a puppet but it was so unexpected.
Well what to say? Thank you for what you've done and for  what you will give us on 2011, then everything will remain in our ears and in our heart. 
What JP represent for me is something which will be always in me. They are part of my life, their music helped me in the bad period of my life 'til now, and maybe of ever (I cannot imagine on experience once agian the same). Maybe one day I could say why, but it's not the time. No one care about it and it's right. Everyone has it's own problems and don't want to hear other's. I can only say that in 2008, during Gods of Metal in Bologna, when started Metald Gods I cried. It was a so great emotion. It was Incedible and fantastic to stay there, once again with JP.

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[SDBinNY] Thursday, December 09, 2010 4:34:40 PM 
Congratulations on achieving this place in your careers, and thank you for the music... Hoping I will finally be able to see the mighty Priest live...
[Scottzilla] Wednesday, December 08, 2010 5:37:55 PM 
Totally bummed by the news. Priest certainly have earned a break.....but damn!
[Gabryk] Wednesday, December 08, 2010 7:33:50 AM 
Saddest news ever! But every good thing must ends, I suppose.I will certainly come seeing you at Milan, probabily I will cry like a baby when you'll salute the fans.
You have been my light in the darkest moment, I love you, I love your music, to me you are immortals.
Hope your name will last forever.

Gabriele C, from Italy
[Budred] Wednesday, December 08, 2010 7:27:17 AM 
I'm not a fool, I agree with Necro that Priest doesn't read these posts but here goes anyway. 
I feel so fortunate to have chosen Priest as my favorite band. Few people can claim to have listened
to their favorite band from their youth into middle age. For this I am grateful. When Rob left I thought 
you guys were done. Then you discovered Ripper and new life was breathed into the Priest. I was 
disappointed with Jugulator but only from a production standpoint. The music was great, it was the (sound)
of the record I hated.(St. Angerish) The tour sounded the same and I thought the end was near. Then
Demolition. I loved that album. I think it was heavy as f*ck and quite honestly one of your better efforts.
I saw that tour four times and in my opinion those shows rivaled some of the early tours I saw. I was sad
to see Ripper go but so glad Rob was back. I saw the Re-union tour and was a little disappointed. I
thought they sounded better with Ripper. Then came AOR which to me was good at best but not quite what
I was hoping for. I went to that tour thinking that it would most likely be my last. But, you guys kicked ass on 
that one and gave me new hope that this could last a little longer. Then Nostradamus. WTF??? Great for some
but man did I hate that album. I almost(purposely) missed that tour(Metal Masters). I decided that day to go
and man was I glad I did. You guys were great and it turned into Dio's last hurrah.I'm glad I saw it. The British
Steel tour showed me that you guys still sound great live and left me desiring at worst, one more classic Priest
album. I so wanted to hear it. Then I sign on yesterday and saw the new site design and the word Epitaph.
Yes! Finally, a new Priest album. Man I hope it rocks! Then I read the post and couldn't have felt more devastated.
I mean come on, you couldn't go out with a bang. You suck. The name (Judas) seems more fitting than ever
because I definitely feel betrayed. I love you guys and Priest will always be a part of my life but this isn't right. Show some
appreciation to the people who have followed you for the last 30 + years. We deserve it. WTF!!! You want us to give 
you a buck one last time but you can't give us a one final Judas Priest(heavy metal) album.

OK then. Farewell.
[gerg71] Wednesday, December 08, 2010 3:28:42 AM 
OK, Huge fan, Love you guys, you rule BUT, BUT......You have to do 1 more album, NO WAY IS THIS A GOOD WAY TO GO OUT!!.......I and many other did enjoy Nostradamus, but lets be honest, it was a concept album....WE WANT A CLASSIC HARD HITTING JUDAS PRIEST STYLE METAL IN YOUR FACE LAST ALBUM....It's gota be the way.....I love love love you guys, my fave band since I was 13, BUT this just can't be how it ends, it makes no sense......1 more classic Priest disc, THEN tour. IT's gota be the way!!!!
[hellrider 31038] Wednesday, December 08, 2010 12:33:19 AM 




[iamnostradamus88] Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:12:27 PM 
Please just give us one more album of new stuff. I beg of you guys. I've been waiting all year. Either way thanks for the memories and great tunes. I'll always keep the faith!
[Dave 444] Tuesday, December 07, 2010 9:58:16 PM 

I am so sad for the news today from Priest but happy for all the years of great music. 

One request. You guys have to do a remake of

Dreamer Deceiver

I have been a life long Priest fan and have fell in love with this song in the last year. A remake & live version would be GREAT!

[James Dunkerley] Tuesday, December 07, 2010 8:52:26 PM 
I have to say that this is the most depressed I have ever been in my life.....Judas Priest has always been my saving grace,when I'm feeling down,,and I need that strength, that for some reason Priest music is the only thing that get's me through what I need to get through.You have been my favorite band since 1980,I am 46 now,I love you guy's Rob has always been my #1 vocalist,Glenn and KK My favourite Guitarist's,No one can play dual leads like you two guy's can.Scott and Ian ,Love you guy's too.Nostradamus is a masterpiece of masterpieces,no other band can ever compare to Judas Priest.You guy's deserve retirement if that is what you really want,and if it is I wish you all the very best.
                                                                                                                                    Very Sadly and sincerely your's
                                                                                                                                                               James Dunkerley
                                                                                                                                                               [email protected]
[Ken 8706] Tuesday, December 07, 2010 8:18:46 PM 
Say it isn't so. A new album, EP, Song at least....PLEASE!
Let us know if not so we do not get our hopes up. Jayne, Bill please...........Help
[hellrider 31038] Tuesday, December 07, 2010 6:57:11 PM 



Edited at: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 7:25:01 PM
[guitardude] Tuesday, December 07, 2010 6:23:48 PM 
I`m deeply saddened by this decison, but you deserve the time to enjoy the empire you have built. Good luck and we`ll see ya on the road.
[Necroticist] Sunday, November 21, 2010 5:28:29 AM 
Never ceases to amaze me u ppl think any of the band actually read
[pedro68] Sunday, November 21, 2010 1:42:57 AM 
Thanks for all your great music , i have been a loyal fan for 30 years. I sight you guys as my biggest musical influence
I caught your show in Melbourne Australia ,it was inspirational thankyou so very much.

[Priest_Fan78] Friday, November 19, 2010 8:37:40 AM 
I wanna give Rob a BIG bearhug! :):)
K.K. too! And Glenn.. Ian! And Scott Of course :)
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