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Judas Priest

Discography Judas Priest

Judas Priest are a Grammy Award winning English heavy metal band from Birmingham, formed in 1969. Judas Priest’s core line-up consists of vocalist Rob Halford, guitarists Glenn Tipton, and K.K. Downing, and also bassist Ian Hill. The band has gone through several drummers over the years, though Scott Travis has held the position since 1989. They have been cited as an influence on many heavy metal musicians and bands. Their popularity and status as one of the definitive heavy metal bands has earned them the nickname “Metal Gods” from their song of the same name.They have sold over 35 million albums worldwide.

Minor Note: This is just a Full Length Discog, With Comps, Lives, Eps, they have well over 20 albums. Be happy with this, while it lasts.

Rocka Rolla (1974)

Sad Wings of Destiny (1976)

Sin After Sin (1977)

Stained Class (1978)

Hell Bent For Leather (1979)

Unleashed in the East (1979)

British Steel (1980)

Point of Entry (1981)

Screaming For Vengeance (1982)

Defenders of the Faith (1984)

Turbo (1986)

Ram It Down (1988)

Painkiller (1990)

Jugulator (1997)

Demolition (2000)

Angel of Retribution (2005)

Nostradamus (2008)

Avantasia – 2010 – The Wicked Symphony

“The Wicked Symphony” track listing:

01. The Wicked Symphony
02. Wastelands
03. Scales Of Justice
04. Dying For An Angel
05. Blizzard On A Broken Mirror
06. Runaway Train
07. Crestfallen
08. Forever Is A Long Time
09. Black Wings
10. States Of Matter
11. The Edge

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Avantasia – 2010 – Angel of Babylon

“Angel Of Babylon” track listing:

01. Angel Of Babylon
02. Stargazers
03. Your Love Is Evil
04. Death Is Just A Feeling
05. Rat Race
06. Down In The Dark
07. Blowing Out The Flame
08. Symphony Of Life
09. Alone I Remember
10. Promised Land 2
11. Journey To Arcadia

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Primal Fear is a German power metal/heavy metal band formed in 1997 by Ralf Scheepers (Vocals/Ex-Gamma Ray), Mat Sinner (Bass and Vocals/Sinner), Stefan Leibing and Tom Naumann (Guitars). Scheepers formed the band after he was not hired as Rob Halford’s replacement in Judas Priest, a job for which he was a finalist; the replacement job went to Tim “Ripper” Owens. Their latest album called 16.6 (Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead) was released in 2009 and will be supported with a double-headlining European tour with Brainstorm

Primal Fear was founded in October 1997 by singer Ralf Scheepers and Mat Sinner (real name: Mathias Lasch). Scheepers and Sinner have been constants in the heavy metal scene before the band was founded. Ralf Scheepers sang in the bands Tyran Pace, F.B.I. and the international successful band Gamma Ray. After a gig with his Judas Priest cover band Just Priest in which Mat Sinner and Tom Naumann helped out the idea arose to found Primal Fear. They signed a record deal with Nuclear Blast Records in late 1997. Their debut album Primal Fear was released in February 1998 and entered the German LP charts at place 48 thus making it one of the highest chart entries of a debut album in German metal. The same year they toured with German Metal veterans Running Wild and HammerFall.

In July 1999 the 2nd album Jaws of Death was released. Shortly after its release guitarist Tom Naumann left the band due to health problems. During the tour through Europe, Brazil and Japan he was replaced by Alex Beyrodt. In January 2000 Henny Wolter joined the band as a permanent replacement. In early 2001 the third album Nuclear Fire was released. At the following world tour the band played in the USA for the first time and were guests at the Metal Meltdown Festival and the Milwuakee Metalfest.

The next album Black Sun was released and entered the German LP charts at place 55. Halford-Guitarist Mike Chlasciak contributed the guitar solos for the songs “Fear” and “Armageddon”. The highlight of the following double-headliner tour with fellow band Rage was a gig at the Scala in London. The same year Henny Wolter left the band and was replaced by the returning Tom Naumann. With this line-up the band again toured through Brazil and ended the Black Sun tour. In April/May 2003 the band participated in the Metal Gods tour together with Rob Halford, Testament and a few other bands and toured through the USA and Canada. During the Tour drummer Klaus Sperling was replaced by Randy Black. After the Tour Randy joined the band permanently as Sperling left due to personal problems.

In February 2004 the 5th album Devil’s Ground was released and entered the German LP charts at place 67. April of the same year the band started another world tour in which the band toured through Europe, the USA and South America.

Directly after the tour the band recorded their 6th album Seven Seals in Vancouver and Stuttgart. It was released in Fall of 2005. To promote the album the band went on Europe and Japan tour together with fellow Power Metal band Helloween.

In July 2006 the band surprisingly left Nuclear Blast Records and signed a long-term contract with Frontiers Records. As a “parting gift” Nuclear Blast released the best of compilation Metal is Forever.

In February 2007 during the recordings for the next album New Religion the band decided after long discussions about the future of the band that Henny Wolter will return as 2nd guitarist and Tom Naumann will leave the band. The album was finished under the direction of producer Mat Sinner and engineer and co-producer Charlie Bauerfeind and was mixed by Roland Prent in the Galaxy Studios in Belgium. It was released in September 2007 and entered the German LP charts at place 60. They started their New Religion tour as co-headliner of the the sold out Power Prog VIII festival in Atlanta, USA. Afterwards they toured together with U.D.O. through Europe. They continued the tour in January 2008 due to the band’s 10th birthday and once again toured through Europe.

Early March 2008 the band announced that long time guitarist Stefan Leibing had temporarily left the band because he wants to spend more time with his family. On future releases and tours he will be replaced by a Swedish guitarist Magnus Karlsson, who already contributed 2 guitar solos for the New Religion album.

In December 2008 the band entered the House of Music Studios to record their next album 16.6. which will be released in May 2009 through Frontiers Records. In January 2009 the band finished the album. They say that “the music includes a lot of the vibe of our very first albums” and that “a new Primal Fear album always contained some new musical challenges, real surprises”. The Album was released on May 22 in Europe and June 9 in the USA. The Video for the song Six Time Dead (16.6) has premièred on May 8 on the band’s official MySpace channel. The Album reached #46 on the German, #52 in swedish and 28# in the Japanese album charts. The band will tour in South America, North America, Canada, Europe and Japan to promote their new album. They’ve also said that they’ll record a new live CD and DVD during every leg on the tour and that they’ll do a bigger North America tour and another European Tour in 2010.

Primal Fear has agreed to be Wacken Open Air tour held in Wacken in Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany. This festival includes more than 60 bands and is one of the biggest summer heavy metal tours in the world

Band members

* Ralf Scheepers, lead vocals (1997-)
* Magnus Karlsson, guitars (2008-)
* Henny Wolter, guitars (2000-2003, 2007-)
* Mat Sinner, bass, vocals (1997-)
* Randy Black, drums (2003-)

Former members

* Tom Naumann, guitars (1997-2000, 2003-2007)
* Klaus Sperling, drums (1997-2003)
* Stefan Leibing, guitars, keyboards (1998-2008)

* Primal Fear (1998)
* Jaws of Death (1999)
* Nuclear Fire (2001)
* Horrorscope (5-track EP) (Shaped CD) (2002)
* Black Sun (2002)
* The History of Fear (DVD + CD Bonus) (2003)
* Devil’s Ground (2004)
* Seven Seals (2005)
* Metal Is Forever – The Very Best of Primal Fear (2006)
* New Religion (2007)
* 16.6 (Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead) (2009)

Primal Fear

Primal Fear
CD, February 1998 – Nuclear Blast

1. Primal Fear 0.34
2. Chainbreaker 4.24
3. Silver & Gold 3.13
4. Promised Land 4.24
5. Formula One 4.57
6. Dollars 3.58
7. Nine Lives 3.08
8. Tears of Rage 6.48
9. Speedking 4.00
10 Battalions of Hate 3.50
11 Running in the Dust 4.38
12 Thunderdome 3.45

Total playing time 47.39


Jaws of Death

Jaws of Death
CD, June 1999 – Nuclear Blast

1. Jaws of Death 0.23
2. Final Embrace 5.08
3. Save a Prayer 3.36
4. Church of Blood 5.14
5. Into the Future 4.05
6. Under Your Spell 5.34
7. Play to Kill 4.01
8. Nation in Fear 5.24
9. When the Night Comes 5.15
10. Fight to Survive 6.00
11. Hatred in my Soul 4.55

Bonustrack (Limited Digibook Edition)
12. Kill the King (Rainbow Cover) 4.32

Bonustrack (Japanese Release)
12. Horrorscope

Total playing time 54.07


Nuclear Fire

Nuclear Fire
CD, 29 January 2001 – Nuclear Blast

1. Angel in Black 3.58
2. Kiss of Death 3.50
3. Back from Hell 3.46
4. Now or Never 5.33
5. Fight the Fire 4.23
6. Eye of an Eagle 4.28
7. Bleed for Me 5.04
8. Nuclear Fire 4.23
9. Red Rain 4.51
10. Fire on the Horizon 3.31
11. Living for Metal 3.42

12. Living for Metal 3.42

Bonustrack (Japanese Release)
12. Out in the Fields (Gary Moore & Phil Lynott Cover)

Bonus-Video (CD-Rom)
– Angel in Black

Total playing time 47.29


Black Sun

Black Sun
CD, 24 April 2002 – Nuclear Blast

1. Countdown to Insanity 1.43
2. Black Sun 4.02
3. Armageddon 4.05
4. Lightyears from Home 4.40
5. Revolution 4.02
6. Fear 4.20
7. Mind Control 4.58
8. Magic Eye 5.16
9. Mind Machine 5.37
10. Silence 4.39
11. We Go Down 5.53
12. Cold Day in Hell 4.10
13. Controlled 3.36

Total playing time 57.01


Devil’s Ground

Devil’s Ground
CD, 23 February 2004 – Nuclear Blast

1. Metal Is Forever 4.46
2. Suicide and Mania 4.03
3. Visions of Fate 4.50
4. Sea of Flames 4.01
5. The Healer 6.40
6. Sacred Illusion 4.03
7. In Metal 5.15
8. Soulchaser 4.52
9. Colony 13 3.55
10. Wings of Desire 6.46
11. Heart of a Brave 4.55
12. Devil’s Ground 2.09


Seven Seals

Seven Seals
CD, 05 October 2005 – Nuclear Blast

1. Demons and Angels 5.32
2. Rollercoaster 4.28
3. Seven Seals 3.54
4. Evil Spell 4.32
5. The Immortal Ones 4.19
6. Diabolus 7.54
7. All for One 7.53
8. Carniwar 3.17
9. A Question of Honour (Sinner Cover) 7.26
10. In Memory 5.07


Metal Is Forever – The Very Best of Primal Fear

Metal Is Forever – The Very Best of Primal Fear
Compilation, 29 September 2006 – Nuclear Blast


1. Metal Is Forever 4.46
2. Chainbreaker 4.25
3. Seven Seals 3.54
4. Nuclear Fire 4.23
5. Final Embrace 5.08
6. The Healer 6.40
7. Rollercoaster 4.28
8. Armageddon 4.05
9. Angel in Black 3.58
10. Under Your Spell 5.36
11. Evil Spell 4.32
12. Running in the Dust 4.37
13. Suicide and Mania 4.03
14. Iron Fist in a Velvet Glove 5.17
15. Fear 4.20
16. Tears of Rage 6.47

DISC 2 (European 2CD Edition)

1. Out in the Fields (Gary Moore & Philip Lynott Cover) 3.57
2. Kill the King (Rainbow Cover) 4.32
3. Speed King (Deep Purple Cover) 3.59
4. Die Young (Black Sabbath Cover) 4.05
5. Metal Gods (Judas Priest Cover) 3.37
6. Breaker (Accept Cover) 3.29
7. Seek and Destroy (Metallica Cover) 7.10
8. Two Minutes to Midnight (Iron Maiden Cover) 6.01
9. The Rover (Led Zeppelin Cover) 4.46

Total playing time 118.34


New Religion

New Religion
CD, 21 September 2007 – Frontiers Records / King Records

1. Sign of Fear 4.47
2. Face the Emptiness 4.36
3. Everytime It Rains 3.53
4. New Religion 4.04
5. Fighting the Darkness 8.45
6. Blood on Your Hands 4.02
7. The Curse of Sharon 4.41
8. Too Much Time 5.14
9. Psycho 3.55
10. World on Fire 3.54
11. The Man (That I Don’t Know) 6.11



CD, 22 May 2009 – Frontiers Records

1. Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead
2. Riding the Eagle
3. Six Times Dead (16.6)
4. Black Rain
5. Under the Radar
6. 5.0 / Torn
7. Soar
8. Killbound
9. No Smoke Without Fire
10. Night After Night
11. Smith & Wesson
12. The Exorcist
13. Hands of Time

14. Cry Havoc
15. Scream
16. Six Times Dead (16.6) (Video)


Michael Kiske

Michael Kiske (born January 24, 1968 in Hamburg, Germany) is a singer best known as the lead vocalist for the German power metal band Helloween from 1986 to 1993. Kiske has been recording solo albums since 1996, has participated on various metal/rock related projects and has performed with many bands as a guest vocalist. He also wrote a book, ‘Kunst Und Materialismus’, which is only available in German.


Prior to joining Helloween, Kiske sang with the German band Ill Prophecy beginning at age 17. The band recorded a demo, but it was never released commercially.

When he was eighteen, Kiske was asked to join German power metal band Helloween, which was fronted by singer/guitarist Kai Hansen. Hansen had some difficulties being both the lead guitarist and lead vocalist, and it was decided that a new vocalist would be needed. Kiske joined Helloween in 1987 and recorded Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1, widely considered to be one of Helloween’s best albums and a milestone in the creation of the power metal genre. They went on to release Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II, Pink Bubbles Go Ape, and Chameleon. The last two albums were commercial failures, and resulted in Kiske leaving Helloween.

Kiske would be fired from the band in 1993, reportedly for personal reasons and musical differences; Michael Weikath claimed it had become impossible to work with him any longer. Kiske was replaced by Andi Deris, who has remained with Helloween ever since.

Kiske was rumored to be Bruce Dickinson’s replacement after he departed from Iron Maiden in 1993, but that position was filled by Blaze Bayley.

In 1995, Kiske participated as a guest on Gamma Ray’s (Kai Hansen’s band, formed after his departure from Helloween in late 1988) Land of the Free album, singing lead vocals on the song Time To Break Free and additional vocals on the title track.

On August 16, 1996, three years after leaving Helloween, Kiske released his first solo album, Instant Clarity on the Japanese record label Victor. The album featured guest appearances by Kai Hansen and Adrian Smith of Iron Maiden. A music video for the ballad “Always”, dedicated to deceased Helloween drummer Ingo Schwichtenberg, was produced and filmed in New York City. His second solo album, Readiness to Sacrifice, was released in Korea and Japan in 1999, and in Europe in 2001. Both albums contain songs in a wide variety of styles.

In 2001, Kiske was asked to participate in Avantasia’s Metal Opera in the role of Lugaid Vandroiy,which he agreed to do, but only under the nickname of Ernie, which was printed on the back of the first CD, but not on the second, where his real name was correctly printed. He said in interviews that at that time he didn’t want people to link him to heavy metal anymore.

In 2002, Kiske sang the song “Key To The Universe”, which was featured on Timo Tolkki’s (guitarist of the band Stratovarius) solo album Hymn To Life.In the same year, Michael also sang a duet with Jorn Lande on Masterplan’s self titled debut album.

In 2003, out of desire to make rock music again, Kiske formed a band, named SupaRed. They released a self-titled album in January 2003. This album had a modern rock sound and a song structure, distinct from both his solo albums and the heavy metal sound of Helloween. The project was unsuccessful and he dissolved the band. In the same year he was also part of the metal opera Days of Rising Doom by Aina, in the role of the Narrator, singing on 4 songs.

In 2004, Michael sang a duet with the female vocalist of the band Thalion on their debut album Another Sun.

In 2005, Kiske was a part of the Place Vendome project on Italian record label Frontiers Records. Place Vendome was composed of members from the German band Pink Cream 69, the keyboard player from the band Vanden Plas and Kiske on vocals. The band’s music was a blend of melodic hard rock and AOR, comparable to the sound of bands such as Foreigner or Journey. During the same year Kiske was a guest on the heavy metal album Execution by the band Tribuzy, singing a duet with lead vocalist Renato Tribuzy.Following this participation Kiske sang another duet with Tobias Sammet (vocalist of the band Edguy and founder of the Avantasia project) on Edguy’s Superheroes EP.

Also in 2005, Helloween released the album Keeper of the Seven Keys – The Legacy in which some of their early recordings featuring Michael Kiske were sampled for the intro of the song “Occasion Avenue”.

In 2006, Michael Kiske released his third full-length solo album under the name of Kiske The album contained songs in a mellow acoustic pop-rock style and was a step away from the sound of his previous solo albums.According to Kiske “It’s a healthy-careless and musically free album. I am very proud of this record because it is a true statement from myself”.

In 2007 he sang a duet with the female vocalist of the band Indigo Dying on their self titled debut album.

During 2008, Kiske participated on the Avantasia album The Scarecrow and released his latest solo work, entitled Past in Different Ways. Kiske’s new solo disk included the re-recording of his Helloween material in his new acoustic style. According to Kiske the album “on one hand shows that I don’t reject my past just because I’m a different person today, and on the other hand it can maybe give people who were part of that past a different view at those songs”.

In 2008 Kiske was also a guest on Revolution Renaissance’s (Timo Tolkki’s new band after departing from Stratovarius) New Era album, singing on 5 tracks.
In 2009 Michael Kiske participated on the second album of the project Place Vendome entitled Streets of Fire.[22][23] A video was shot for the song “My Guardian Angel”, marking Kiske’s visual return since 1996, while Michael admitted that he enjoyed the second Place Vendome album more than the first. During 2009, Kiske was also a guest on Trick or Treat’s album Tin Soldiers singing on 2 songs.

Michael has recently formed the band Unisonic together with Dennis Ward, Kosta Zafiriou and Mandy Meyer. Unisonic will release their debut album in the spring of 2010 and will go on tour during the summer. Kiske will also participate in both a melodic metal duet project together with Amanda Somerville and in the forthcoming Avantasia albums The Wicked Symphony and Angel of Babylon

1. Solo albums
Michael Kiske

* Instant Clarity (1996)
o Always (EP) (1996)
o The Calling (EP) (1996)
* Readiness to Sacrifice (1999)
* Kiske (2006)
* Past In Different Ways (2008)

2. As a participant

* Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1 (1987)
* Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 2 (1988)
* Live in the UK (1989)
* Pink Bubbles Go Ape (1991)
* Chameleon (1993)


* Avantasia (Single) (2001)
* The Metal Opera (2001)
* The Metal Opera Part II (2002)
* Lost in Space Part II (EP) (2007)
* The Scarecrow (2008)
* The Wicked Symphony & Angel of Babylon (2010)


* SupaRed (2003)

Place Vendome

* Place Vendome (2005)
* Streets Of Fire (2009)


* TBA (2010)

3. Guest appearances

* Gamma Ray – Land of the Free (1995)
* Timo Tolkki – Hymn to Life (2002)
* Masterplan – Masterplan (2003)
* Aina – Days of Rising Doom (2004)
* Thalion – Another Sun (2004)
* Tribuzy – Execution (2005)
* Edguy – Superheroes (EP) (2005)
* Indigo Dying – Indigo Dying (2007)
* Revolution Renaissance – New Era (2008)
* Trick or Treat – Tin Soldiers (2009)
* Gamma Ray – To The Metal (2010)

Michael Kiske : Vocals, Guitar, Keyboard
Sandro Giampietro : Guitar
Fontaine Burnett : Bass
Karsten Nagel : Drums

Instant Clarity

Instant Clarity
CD, 1996 – Victor Entertainment

1. Be True to Yourself
2. The Calling
3. Somebody Somewhere
4. Burned Out
5. New Horizons
6. Hunted
7. Always
8. Thanx a Lot
9. Time’s Passing By
10. So Sick
11. Do I Remember a Life


The Calling

The Calling
EP, 24 July 1996 – Victor Entertainment

1. The Calling
2. Somebody Somewhere
3. Rock’n Roll’s Dead
4. When You’re Down On Your Knees That’s When You’re Closest To Heaven


Readiness to Sacrifice

Readiness to Sacrifice
CD, 07 April 1999 – Victor Entertainment

1. Could Cry
2. Ban ‘Em
3. Philistine City
4. Crosstown
5. Where Wishes Fly
6. Watch Your Blue
7. Out of Homes
8. It
9. Easy
10. Shadowfights



CD, 19 May 2006 – Victor Entertainment

1. Fed By Stones
2. All-Solutions
3. Knew I Would
4. Kings Fall
5. Hearts Are Free
6. The King Of It All
7. Sing My Song
8. Silenty Craving
9. Truly
10. Painted
11. Sad As The World

Bonustrack (Japan Release)
12. Mary In The Morning


Past In Different Ways

Past In Different Ways
CD, 09 May 2008 – Frontiers Records

1. You Always Walk Alone
2. We Got The Right
3. I Believe
4. Longing
5. Your Turn
6. Kids Of The Century
7. In The Night
8. Goin’ Home
9. A Little Time
10. When The Sinner
11. Different Ways
12. How The Web Was Woven (Elvis Presley cover) (Bonus)



Can I Know Now ?
Let’s Be Heroes
He Pretends
Boilingpoints Of No Reburn
Ride On
That’s Why
A Bit Of Her
Dancers Bug
Turn It

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