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This song is not a bad one, the problem with it is that it is not what people initially hoped of Halford's Return. Everybody who were expecting "Painkiller II" or anything like that will feel strongly deceptioned.
From the beginning we can see that it is not so agressive as the fans hoped. We have a mid-tempo song, with riffs which remind us to the metal from the 70's, a kind of Black Sabbath or stoner rock riffing. There are neither speddy guitars nor doubled riffs, nothing of that.
When Halford enters he demonstrates that, although he is not as powerful as 15 years ago, he still has a extreemly sharp and metalic voice. In fact, in my opinion, to listen Halford with Judas again is the most notorious fact of this song. Anyway, Halford's typical screams only appear in the beginning, he does not force his throat during the rest of the song. When the chorus arrives it is supposed to be a kind of "hymn", it says "it's a revolution, it's a revolution" again and again. Boring.
By 2 minutes and a half, the rithm decreases and the bass makes apparition... it is the worse part of the song... if it had a slow rithm before this, now with this change it becomes too tedious. It reminds me to the bass of some nu-metal bands, something that has nothing to do with Judas Priest.
After that, the song recovers the original rythm and riffs, and the chorus is repeated.
This is not an awful song, but if we take into account that we are talking about the return to the Metal God to the band... it's a bit deceptioning. Where is the revolution?