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- Regarding his band's non-induction into the Hall, Judas Priest bassist Ian Hill stated in a 2019 interview, "I don't think they like heavy metal music in general."
- After Black Sabbath, the next major example is Britain's Judas Priest, which debuted with Rocka Rolla in 1974.
- One notable example is Tim "Ripper" Owens who, once the lead singer of Judas Priest tribute band British Steel, went on to join Judas Priest himself.
- Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford has called the track "probably the most evil song ever written".
- A live performance was recorded at the Boston Tea Party in February 1970, and the song was later recorded by Judas Priest.
- Scorpions toured extensively behind the album and played as "Special Guests" with Judas Priest during the 2005 British tour—these were the Scorpions' first dates in the UK since 1999.
- The verse goes: "Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, and Slayer taught me how to shred..."
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