The seventh album from Judas Priest originally released In February 1981. By this time, they had sufficient funds to fly all their equipment to the huge, state-of-the-art Ibiza Studios in Spain. This gave Point Of Entry a louder, stronger, more "live"
The fifth studio album by Judas Priest. Released in October 1978, the album pushed the band towards a more commercial style; however, it still contained the dark lyrical themes of their previous albums.