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Judas Priest Featured on ‘The Simpsons’ [VIDEO]

Add Judas Priest to names such as Metallica, Kiss, The Who and U2 as bands that have been featured on the iconic animated series “The Simpsons.”  The British rockers had a cameo on the January 5th episode of the award-winning show. The plot of the episode revolved around Homer showing movies he illegally downloaded in his backyard for Springfield residents. When the law catches up to him Homer refuses to surrender. That’s when officers bringing in the band to force a submission out of Homer and the rest of the family.

Predictably, Judas Priest played their hit “Breaking the Law,” but with an interesting twist which you can check out below.

 

 

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