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Nostradamus is a concept album by English heavy metal band Judas Priest, focusing on the 16th century prophet Nostradamus. The band's first concept album, it was originally intended to be released in late 2006 before being pushed back to a 2007 release, and was finally released in June 2008 on Epic Records. It is also the band's 16th studio album to date.

Judas Priest toured with Motörhead, Heaven and Hell, and Testament on the Metal Masters Tour to promote Nostradamus… read more



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  • Avatar for glassbottle
    Revelations is okay, but It's not a good album. Snorefest.
  • Avatar for glassbottle
    I thought if I went back and listened to it i would like it more but I was wrong.
  • Avatar for METALMASTIL
    Nostradamus es el decimosexto álbum de estudio de la banda de heavy metal Judas Priest, publicado en 2008 a través de Epic Records para mercado europeo y por Sony Music para los Estados Unidos. Es su primer álbum conceptual que en dos discos relata la vida y obra del profeta francés del siglo XVI, Michel de Nostradamus y a su vez es el último con el guitarrista K.K. Downing que años más tarde renunciaría a la banda.
  • Avatar for METALMASTIL
    Gran album conceptual de los Metal Gods...!!
  • Avatar for FabioF4
    One of the best metal album out there
  • Avatar for Reparations
    I always loved this album, it is one of my favorites from JP without a doubt, maybe because the atmosphere here is something completely different, definitely a more melancholic/enigmatic and less trivial album.
  • Avatar for Schnedlit
  • Avatar for nargoman
    I think everybody would love this album if it consisted only of 8 songs. Give this playlist a try: 1. Prophecy 2. Revelations 3. Pestilence and Plague 4. Death 5. Persecution 6. Exiled 7. Nostradamus 8. Future of Mankind
  • Avatar for Peace_Sells86
    This album is NOT a disaster. It was an experiment which is a grower. I respect this album a lot more now.
  • Avatar for Ephiros
    One of their best album, so far.

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