It's 1985 and The Priest are at the height of their powers. The seminal album, "British Steel", is released to critical acclaim and quickly establishes itself as the definitive oeuvre of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal. In this DVD edition of the recently screened Channel 5 documentary, the Judas Priest of the early 21st century focus on the genesis of "British Steel'' and give us a privileged insight into the chemistry of the band at the time of the recording. Classic live footage, promo video excerpts, interviews and intriguing in-rehearsal musical demonstrations illustrate just how complex are the Priest's compositions and how tightly their twin guitar assaults mesh with a rock-solid rhythm section. Former lead singer Rob Halford features large in the programme, his dry wit and disarming charm matched anecdote for anecdote with Glenn Tipton and KK Downing as, together, they revel in a nostalgic celebration of just how closely they resembled their ersatz alter ego, Spinal Tap. This easy-to-navigate DVD is a superb digital record of Judas Priest in full flight.