Heavy metal legends, Judas Priest, celebrate 40 years in the music industry with the release of Epitaph, the band’s final concert captured live for fans to relive again at Showcase Peterborough on Thursday May 16 at 8pm.
Filmed at London’s Hammersmith Apollo in May 2012, the concert marks the final gig of the band’s last ever tour, and features electrifying live versions of 23 classic tracks from all 14 albums that includes classics like 1974’s Rocka Rolla (‘Never Satisfied’) to 2008’s Nostradamus (‘Prophecy’).
Judas Priest was formed in Birmingham in 1969 by guitarist John Perry (who died shortly after and was replaced by Earnest Chataway), bassist Bruno Stapenhill, drummer John Partridge, and singer Alan Atkins. The heavy metal band has sold over 50 million records worldwide with a career spanning 40 years.
Epitaph is the dramatic closing concert of the 50 week ‘Epitaph World Tour’ performed by Judas Priest’s current line-up, which comprises lead singer Rob Halford, lead guitarists Glenn Tipton and Richie Faulkner, bassist Ian Hill, and drummer Scott Travis.
Audiences can catch the iconic band’s final concert at Showcase Peterborough on Thursday May 16.
Tickets are available now from the box office, online at www.showcasecinemas.co.uk, via the Showcase mobile app or through the 24 hour ticket hotline on 0871 220 1000. General tickets are priced at £10, with students and Insider members priced at £7.