Judas Priest Exit

April 21, 2011 by Post Team 

Judas Priest Exit, It’s the end of an era, headbangers! The legendary guitarist of Judas Priest K.K. Downing formally and officially left the band after 40 years of service. Downing withdrawal is effective immediately and will not join in the next priest of the band “Epitaph” tour, which will be his final world tour of his legendary career.

Judas Priest released the following statement on the decision of his partner, revealing that he will continue his tour of swan song without Downing.

“La banda respects his decision and of course I wish him well. Having though long and hard about how to proceed, Rob, Glenn, Scott Ian and unanimously agreed that it should go ahead with the tour and do not let the fans around the world. ”

31-year-old British guitarist Richie Faulkner replaces Downing, 59, on the last tour. Faulkner the band labeled “a great talent that will help set the stage on fire.”

The “Epitaph” tour will feature songs from each and every one of the priest’s studio albums, with songs that have never played live! As is seen walking around the planet priest, expect the laser lights, bicycles, fire of hell and a lot of metal that will make up to launch two horns in the air.

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