http://judaspriest.com/ http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Judas_Priest/97 Current Members: Ian Hill Rob Halford Glenn Tipton Scott Travis Richie Faulkner Discography: Studio Albums: 1974 - Rocka Rolla 1976 - Sad Wings of Destiny 1977 - Sin After Sin 1978 - Stained Class 1978 - Killing Machine/Hell Bent for Leather 1980 - British Steel 1981 - Point of Entry 1982 - Screaming for Vengeance 1984 - Defenders of the Faith 1986 - Turbo 1988 - Ram It Down 1990 - Painkiller 1997 - Jugulator 2001 - Demolition 2005 - Angel of Retribution 2008 - Nostradamus 2014 - Redeemer of Souls Live Albums: 1979 - Unleashed in the East 1987 - Priest...Live! 1998 - '98 Live Meltdown 2003 - Live in London 2009 - A Touch of Evil: Live Here's an enormously influential band from the mid 70's, I feel they are the most important NWOBHM band of all. Their brand of metal set the stage for the explosion of bands that followed, including some of the newer sub-genres like speed and death metal. Rob Halford's vocal style and the leather and chains image he brought to Priest have left a huge imprint on the entire metal scene, both performers and fans. I didn't really pay attention to Priest at first, but after I bought "Hell Bent For Leather", I was blown away, and it is my all time favorite NWOBHM album period. My Judas Priest collection. Rocka Rolla Sad Wings of Destiny Sin After Sin Stained Glass Hell Bent For Leather(Killing Machine in Britain) British Steel Screaming For Vengeance Painkiller Angel Of Retribution Living After Midnight(Compilation) One of my favorite songs. Their first album from 1974.