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Watch Judas Priest Play Killing Machine For The First Time Since 1978

The metal gods brought out the title-track of their 1978 album last night in Paris.

Given that Judas Priest turns 50 this year (as a band, that is), it stands to reason that they have a pretty extensive back catalog. And last night in Paris, the band showed just how packed their full song list truly is by playing a track for the first time since its release… 41 years ago.

The song, Killing Machine, is the title track of Priest’s 1978 release, and hasn’t been performed live since that album’s tour cycle. But fans at the Zénith de Paris last night got a treat as the band wheeled it out as part of their recent habit of playing rarities on their current Firepower tour.

Watch fan-shot footage of Killing Machine below:

Posted on January 28th 2019, 2:41p.m.
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