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Now, you may not like Confess's music. You may not like that they've chosen to express themselves through a loud and vociferous medium. But that's just a matter of taste, not of principle. Consider this fundamental tenet of a free society: it is too dangerous to grant a monopoly over expression to any government.
One of the problems with living in Atlantic Canada is that very few big acts perform here; most "national" tours don't come east of Montreal. Which is why several thousand aging metalheads -- including me -- turned out on the 10th to finally welcome Judas Priest.
"Should he be president? Oh, I don't know about that."
Judas Priest singer Rob Halford says prior to a 2012 concert in Russia authorities told him to not mention anything regarding
A 31-year-old Greenville, Kentucky resident is in jail for alleged terrorist threats after posting lyrics from a song by
The terrorist group ISIS, which stands for Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, has been making horrific headlines for weeks
Fresh off hosting Osheaga, Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau cleared out the hipsters and made room for the headbangers as this
Judas Priest turn forty this year, but the legendary metal band have yet to exhibit any signs of a mid-life crisis. The band
Rob Halford, the lead singer of Judas Priest and one of the greatest heavy metal vocalists of all time, has participated
Did you see that story about 92-year-old Christopher Lee releasing a heavy metal album? Well, metal apparently knowns no