Judas Priest Font

About Judas Priest Font

This is the first logo for Judas Priest, the English heavy metal band formed in Birmingham, England in 1969, seen on their debut album Rocka Rolla. The logo was probably designed based on Futura EF Bold Oblique.

Then in their second album, Sad Wings of Destiny, and third album, Sin After Sin, a gothic style logo was introduced.  A font that is similar to the lettering is Iglesia, download it for free here.

The 1978 album Stained Class saw the now iconic electrified Judas Priest logo. The logo and its variations had been used for almost 20 years since then. For most time, the logo was placed diagonally on the top right of the album covers. To recreate the logo, you can use a font named Judas Priest, download it for free here.

Then in Jugulator and Demolition, the long used electrified logo was replaced with a new logo featuring a sharp font, but the Angel of Retribution released in 2005 saw the back of the classic logo, with the letter t replaced with “Judas Priest cross” or “Devil’s Tuning Fork”.

The 2008 album Nostradamus was released with a completely new logo, featuring a serif very similar to Mason.

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