It’s taken 17 studio albums, but Judas Priest finally have a Top 10 release in the U.S.

Redeemer of Souls will debut at number-six on the Billboard 200 with 33,000 copies sold, according to the latest SoundScan figures.
The band’s last album, the 2008 double-disc concept package Nostradamus, sold 42,000 copies its first week out to debut at their previous chart high of number-11.

The band’s biggest selling album in the U.S., 1982’s double-platinum Screaming for Vengeance, only made it to number-17.