KK’s Priest: Sermons Of The Sinner album review

KK’s Priest: Sermons Of The Sinner album review

KK’s Priest: Sermons Of The Sinner album review

When KK Downing quit Judas Priest a decade ago, he at least appeared to be a bit fed up with, and frustrated by, the whole business of playing in a heavy metal band. As co-founder and lead guitarist of the Brummie legends and with 40 years of active service on his resumé, his place in the genre’s official pantheon of giants was already secured. 

And so KK slipped into the shadows, much to the annoyance of diehard metalheads everywhere. Retirement was never really on the cards, though. When he cheerily deigned to bash out a few Priest tunes with Ross The Boss at festivals during the summer of 2019, something plainly clicked in the Downing subconscious, because Sermons Of The Sinner is a balls-out heavy metal record, not unlike the ones he used to make with that band he used to be in. 



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