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EPITAPH in theater. Did you like it?
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[guidogodoy] Thursday, June 06, 2013 6:47:18 PM 
DAMN nice review! Those who missed the concert (I am looking at you, J.D. and Freeze) really missed a gem. As the review says and I affirm, Richie stepped up and did Priest proud!

Edited at: Thursday, June 06, 2013 6:51:08 PM
[hellrider 31038] Friday, May 31, 2013 7:09:13 PM 
[Tania2194AD] Tuesday, May 21, 2013 11:38:54 AM 
JP always give perfect and fantastic performances...
i am very well remember our concert...l[like it was yesterday]
Metal Gods never disappointed...
very bright show..very good sound..acoustic..
metal architecture of the stage...
everything was built and left with exactly
don't know what to say..
Priest is very good...LOL  they always be the best in Metal
Epitaph was like an Armageddon show
[ like super album Painkiller and after we had seen the universal Nostradamus - a little comparison]
very like it
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Trixi from Monday, May 20, 2013 8:43:28 AM)
[Trixi] Monday, May 20, 2013 8:43:28 AM 

The concert was fantastic, I wrote all my impressions of this show and I sent very nice pictures of Judas Priest on my topic: for really true fans with higher feelings, you can read it and you can write something about your impressions, if you want.
There were not so many fans, but it was a really good show and a really good mood in the cinema!!!
What do you think about realizing the Opera Nostradamus, into a big show on stage, it was planned by Glenn Tipton and Rob Halford, years ago, you can write something about, on my topic: Realize the Opera Nostradamus, or what do you think about the guitar legend Kenny Downing, if you want to bring K. K. Downing back to the Priest, you can vote with your positive message on my topic: K. K. Downing. You can read also 2 letters about my suggestions, on the topic: communicate with the band. We need your support! Your friend, Trixie

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by caseyray from Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:29:14 PM)
[caseyray] Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:29:14 PM 
I saw "Epitaph" May 15 in Orland Park, Illinois (Chicago suburb). We had about the same amount of people attending as you report. There was no advertising, so you had to be a hardcore Judas Priest fan to know about the movie.

The sound was initially too low, but a member of our audience asked the staff to turn the volume up. The experience was much better with everything cranked to eleven, even though the speakers would distort every now and then. Movie theatres can't handle Ian Hill!

The overall experience was great, though. How often do you get to see a Priest concert film in theatres? There were actually a few people in the audience chanting, "Oh, yeah!" with Halford. Of course, the concert was awesome. Not only was the music excellent, but the interaction within the band was fun to watch.

I last saw Judas Priest live in Hammond, Indiana during the Epitaph tour, and this movie was a really nice complement to that show (which I actually think was better). Now fans have the the Blu-ray, the new album and some possible live dates to look forward to. It's very gratifying to see a band that's been around for over forty years continue to produce new material and still help us all get our Heavy Metal fix.
[Dave 444] Saturday, May 18, 2013 8:02:41 PM 
The Cincinnati showing only had 10 to 12 people. Not too surprised since it was not advertised at all Local.
The show was GREAT! But the theater did not have the sound turned up at all. I have seen regular movies with the sound much louder.

Where did you see the show and how was the sound.

Edited at: Saturday, May 18, 2013 8:07:25 PM
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