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Release date: 28 August 2000
Style: Heavy metal


8.6 | 169 votes


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01. Resurrection
02. Made In Hell
03. Locked And Loaded
04. Night Fall
05. Silent Screams
06. The One You Love To Hate [feat. Bruce Dickinson]
07. Cyberworld
08. Slow Down
09. Hell's Last Survivor [remixed & remastered] [Japanese bonus]
10. Temptation
11. God, Bringer Of Death [remixed & remastered] [bonus]
12. Fetish [remixed & remastered] [bonus]
13. Sad Wings [remixed & remastered] [Japanese bonus]
14. Twist
15. Drive
16. Saviour

Top 20 albums of 2000: 13

Lyrics (12)

Robert John Arthur Halford - vocals
Mike Chlasciak - guitars
Patrick Lachman - guitars
Robert "Bobby" Jarzombek - drums
Ray Riendeau - bass

Guest musicians
Paul Bruce Dickinson - vocals
Pete Parada - drums

Additional info
A newly remastered & remixed version of the album is available from and features both bonus tracks from the Japanese edition, plus two previously unreleased tracks and slightly different tracklist order

Staff review by
Pierre Tombale

Woooooow, this is it, the incarnation of metal in the year 2000. All you wish for has become true this year. This is the album you should recognize. Too good to be true.

In fact, Resurrection beats everything there has been before, concerning Halford's works with Judas Priest and/or other metal albums of the year 2000. Halford's best work before this album might have been 'Painkiller', his last one with Judas Priest. Resurrection is back-to-the-roots-metal in the shape of the new millenium, better than anything Judas Priest has produced, as good as it gets you can say. A good point to underline this is that the album has no highlight due to the fact that it does not need one. All songs are close to perfect, a rush of creativity that has waited for long time, or at least I have waited for.

published 29.10.2003 | Comments (2)

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Nite - 30.01.2012 at 14:18  
Rating: 10 I saw Halford supporting Iron Maiden in 2000 and bought this shortly after based on "Cyberworld" being awesome. Not disappointed with the rest, epic epic album.
Angelic Storm - 01.02.2012 at 11:56  
Rating: 9 This was a monumental comeback to metal from Rob, after his dabblings in more alternative styles since he left Priest. Whilst it's not quite as great as his best works with Priest, it's still a fantastic album with mostly great songs which are prime cuts of pure heavy metal. I remember being floored by the storming title track when I first heard it, and thinking "wow, the Metal God is back!" And indeed he was!

Great, great album, and definitely the best album under the Halford band name. It's also better than a few Priest albums, and is arguably better than anything Priest have done since "Painkiller".

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