Titan heavy metal band Judas Priest go hard in their latest music video “No Surrender.” The band premiered the clip over at Loudwire and features guitarist Glenn Tipton in what looks like a rehearsal space, not Andy Sneap, who’s been filling in for Tipton on Judas Priest’s current tour. Check out the video above.
Talking about the song the band told Loudwire: "'No Surrender' captures the true metal fighting spirit and metalheads around the world find a united voice within the message of this song. When you honestly believe in yourself and live your life the way you have the right to, with no surrender, then nothing will ever stop you from living your dream."
The song comes from the band’s latest album, Firepower, which dropped earlier this year.
Judas Priest will kick off a North American tour with classic rockers Deep Purple next month. The trek starts in Cincinnati, Ohio Aug. 21 and will hit up Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Florida before it concludes September 30 in Wheatland, Calif. Check out all dates here.
This tour marks the band’s first since guitarist Glenn Tipton revealed his retirement from touring due to his battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was diagnosed four years ago, but only recently announced he was sitting out from the tour. Tipton previously performed on every Judas Priest album since their 1974 debut, Rocka Rolla. He’s not quitting the band, but can’t handle the stress and strain of the road. Taking his place on stage is Firepower producer, Andy Sneap.