Listen to MEGADETH’s Rendition Of JUDAS PRIEST’s ‘Delivering The Goods’ via Amazon Music

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MEGADETH‘s cover version of JUDAS PRIEST‘s “Delivering The Goods” is now available exclusively on Amazon Music.

Earlier today, MEGADETH shared a snippet of its rendition of the track on social media and it included the following message: “We’ve recorded our own rendition of @JudasPriest’s ‘Delivering the Goods’ to celebrate their induction into the 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Listen now, exclusively on @AmazonMusic. The #RockHall2022 Induction Ceremony airs on @HBO and @HBOMax November 19th at 8pm ET.”

A few years ago, Mustaine picked JUDAS PRIEST‘s “Sad Wings Of Destiny” as one of the albums that changed his life. He said: “When it comes to classic heavy metal, JUDAS PRIEST‘s ‘Sad Wings Of Destiny’ is definitely one of the all-time great opuses. Hearing Glenn Tipton and K.K. Downing‘s unison guitar playing and hearing Rob Halford let rip … Who sings like that? Nobody. I was so entranced by that band and everything about them, that I went to a hat store and bought a Fedora because Glenn Tipton was wearing one on the back of ‘Sad Wings…’ I have curly hair so hats don’t stay on so well. It didn’t last very long. [Laughs]”

MEGADETH‘s new album, “The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!”, was released on September 2 via UMe. Featuring twelve new tracks, “The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!” is available on CD, vinyl, and cassette, as well as digitally through all online partners and can be ordered HERE. There is also a limited deluxe edition 2LP, 12-track album pressed on 180g black vinyl housed in a numbered gatefold jacket with a 12×24 lyrics/credits insert, a lenticular vinyl lithograph and a bonus seven-inch featuring “We’ll Be Back” and the unreleased B-side “The Conjuring (Live)”. The limited deluxe edition can only be purchased via MEGADETH‘s official online store, through Sound Of Vinyl and uDiscover , and can be ordered HERE

 

 
 
 
 
 
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