I grew up on Judas Priest back in the 80's starting with the classic breakthrough albums like 'Screaming for Vengeance' and 'Defenders of the Faith' and even loved the ill-received 'Turbo' and stuck around until 'Ram it Down' after which I moved on to heavier stuff like thrash (Testament, Slayer) and extreme metal (Death/ Black Metal). I largely forgot about Judas Priest until I caught this (Epitaph Live) on Palladium one night and absolutely loved it, especially the excellent live sound and great visual show. Plus, they played all the songs I remember and many from much earlier in their long career (Thanks VH1 Metal Evolution and Rovi). I actually priced this a few months ago and avoided buying because it was so expensive, ($20.00) especially since it's a DVD only release. Which brings me to my only criticism- it's surprising lack of an audio disc (CD) that I can load into my computer and listen to on my MP3 player. Honestly, I'll watch the DVD maybe 2-3 times a year, but listen to the audio version far more than that. Buy now that BEST BUY has it on sale for $11.00 I'll probably pick it up anyway.
Similar releases others might enjoy are the recently released Deep Purple- Perfect Strangers Live and Black Sabbath- Gathered in their Masses Live 2013.