Kaldath’s Corner: Babymetal X Rob Halford

Welcome to the next edition of Kaldath's Corner where I showcase things that I like and want to share with you all! Now what I am about to share with you happened a couple weeks ago as the APWAS award show but I was feeling under the weather back then as you all know but I saw this video again last night and wanted to share it!. So I present to you all Babymetal on stage with and performing with Rob Halford of Judas Priest fame!

Now we have 3 songs on this video. It starts with Just Babymetal preforming their song Karate, then after a bit of a video package plays Rob Joins sue on stage to preform Judas Priest classic Painkiller, then Yui and Moa enter the fray for a bit of "Breaking the Law".

Now I have to confess even though I was born in the 70's and was a kid of the 80's and 90's I have never listened to Judas Priest before however after seeing this I went back to youtube and found their videos and am now a fan! Which just proves that Babymetal can indeed be your foot in the door to the "True metal" scene! ( though I consider them true metal on there own!!!)

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2 Responses to Kaldath’s Corner: Babymetal X Rob Halford

  1. Oh wow! You’d never seen Judas Priest? Amazing what little tidbit of culture some people skip. Not a dis at all, just a comment. I myself, for example have never watcher Walking Dead or Breaking Bad.

  2. “( though I consider them true metal on there own!!!)”

    They certainly are! We watched this when it came out as well, from from the opposite perspective. Our whole family are longtime Priest fans, and it’s was really cool to see Rob come out and sing with Babymetal, a whole new generation and genre of metal.
    And hey, catching up with Priest’s back catalog sounds like a good way to spend your time while you work on getting better. 🙂