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GALLERY: Judas Priest live at Rock On The Range 2015

It’s been a day of contrasts, from the heady promise of Saint Asonia’s world-first appearance to the peculiar delights of Babymetal, with a phenomenal appearance by In This Moment and Al Jourgensen’s visceral fury still on the lips of many a crowd-goer.

The final word, and the spiritual high-point of day two of Rock On The Range though belongs to Judas Priest, who – in front of the same heartland that that they broke all those years ago – reaffirm their place as the metal gods in front of a truly devout, beer-loving crowd.

Check out our gallery of their headline set below:

All photos by Stephanie Cabral.

Alexander Milas is an erstwhile archaeologist, broadcaster, music journalist and award-winning decade-long ex-editor-in-chief of Metal Hammer magazine. In 2017 he founded Twin V (opens in new tab), a creative solutions and production company.  In 2019 he launched the World Metal Congress (opens in new tab), a celebration of heavy metal’s global impact and an exploration of the issues affecting its community. His other projects include Space Rocks (opens in new tab), a festival space exploration in partnership with the European Space Agency and the Heavy Metal Truants, a charity cycle ride which has raised over a million pounds for four children's charities which he co-founded with Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood. He is Eddietor of the official Iron Maiden Fan Club, head of the Heavy Metal Cycling Club (opens in new tab), and works closely with Earth Percent, a climate action group. He has a cat named Angus.