JUDAS PRIEST – ‘ROAD TO VALHALLA’
July 21, 2017
In possibly the most metal thing to have occurred ever you can now ride one of three badass motorbikes through a post-apocalyptic wasteland assembling classic songs from Metal Gods, Judas Priest…
Judas Priest: Road To Valhalla is a new mobile game available from the App Store, featuring never before released song stems for you to construct Priest classics like ‘Breaking the Law’, ‘Turbo Lover’ and ‘Painkiller’.
Download from the app store now, Android version out soon.
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