We should accept also the opinion of Rob Halford, he don´t want to sing all the time the same stuff on tour and Glenn wants to experiment a lot of things to give Metal more opportunities, this is an artistic freedom! You don´t have to have a narrow mind!!!
It was the idea of the band! I will support this fantastic idea! You can listen it, if you don´t believe it!
Well anyway, only Judas Priest and Rob Halford will already know what they do and they do the best, what they can do!!! I would also prefer that the Priest take K.K. Downing back, because he´s the most perfect guitar player in the world! Fans give a feedback, so I think the management doesn´t respect one voting, but maybe it will influence some decisions.
J.D. DIAMOND wrote:
Thought for some reason you were hinting that every Priest album was some type of game changer,my bad on that one....And I forgot to add in there that I think these current Saxon LPs are just as good as anything Priest has done after 1990's Painkiller album,not as good as anything Priest has ever done....
You did mention that Saxon had "No game changing albums"....no they don't....so what of it? So what?
Also,kodos to you for checkin out Ghost(B.C.) and its not your thing thats cool,but as for the so called silly satanic writting you claim,I chose to believe otherwise,I don't think there is anything funny about the band's song writting at all. And another thing that cracks me up is that you say they have "gimmick" costumes on stage...yes they are a "gimmick" what isn't?
They really don't look that different then Rob Halford on the Nostradamus tour wearing a cloak/robe with the Priest sign/staff....its "silly" that you don't see the similarities lol. Ghost is an elite new (not "nu") heavy metal band,thier songs are brilliant and remind me of early Mercyful Fate when I first started listening to MF in 1984(I don't like Mercyful Fate after 1984). Ghost also covers I'm A Marrionette by awkwardly "Abba" and pulls it off with ease,as well as Here Comes The Sun,the best cover of the Beatles track I have ever heard thats for sure.
(Quoting Message by Stained_White_Trash from Friday, March 15, 2013 5:16:02 PM)
I never said Angel was a game changer,chief, so can't really ansewr that question for you. I did ask why you consider Saxon albums innovative. Actually you said they were "as innovative as any judas priest album"(that's huge), so please explain because I totally disagree with that. Never said other bands were expected to have a "wow" album every 2 years either. Not sure where you are reading all this unless I'm just forgetting something I wrote,that's very possible,(I am getting older and on the declin just like the old declining judas priest , as mentioned multiple times in here by mushroomhead fan) if so please correct me. I did give Ghost a listen and it sounds really old to me but I like that a lot. I like the vocals because they are clear and melodic. The nice rythum guitars remind me of old judas priest (gues I should say young) sad wings and stained class IMO which is excellent. The deal breaker for me though is the satanic theme throughout the albun and gimmick costumes on stage,(although the stage show has nothing to do with listening to the album) very annoying IMO though, so I have to give it a thumbs down due to the silly satanic song writing.
(Quoting Message by J.D. DIAMOND from Thursday, March 14, 2013 10:39:12 PM)
J.D. DIAMOND wrote:
White trash...no ..........no trolling here,been here since Jan 1st 2005 and people know better here. Tell me..and explain how was Angel Of Retribution a "game changing album"? And you havent answered about the band Ghost B.C...