Lady Gaga has finally begun re-broadcasting her beloved vlog series, Transmission Gaga-Vision, this week.

And while it lacks the epic introduction that was used to kicked off her videos back in 2009, this latest transmission is still just as faithfully up close and personal as the original series.

Aside from make-up sessions and sharing words with a protester spewing hellfire and damnation outside one of her recent concerts, Gaga reveals that “Judas,” the second single from her upcoming album Born This Way, will be released on April 19, along with providing a sneak peek at the video’s choreography. (Spoiler Alert: It looks SHARP.)

At the same time, PopJustice has just posted a rather lengthy review of Gaga’s second single, “Judas.”

Within the review, the site refers to the song as “a highly evolved, Titanium-plated ‘Bad Romance’ from the year 2511 travelling half a millennium back in time to save music from a tidal wave of ‘in the club’-obsessed pop drive’,” calling it “2.5x better than “Born This Way,” and pointing out its similarity in structure to her Fame Monster smash, “Bad Romance:

So there’s a post-chorus like the ‘Bad Romance’ “whoah-oah-oh” bit (here it’s “whoah-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh I’m in love with Ju-u-das, Ju-u-das”), there are some ra-ra post-chorus hook bits (“Juda-Judas, Juda-Judas, Juda-Judas, Juda-Gaga”)

Additionally, we’re also given a first look at the lyrics during the bridge:

“In the most Biblical sense, I am beyond repentance. ‘Fame hooker’, ‘prostitute wench’, ‘vomits her mind’… But in the cultural sense I just speak in future tense. Judas kiss me if offenced, or wear an ear condom next time.”

And while the song will almost undoubtedly be ‘hot fire,’ my response to the lyrics–much as with “Born This Way”–can be best summarized using this helpful graph.

So there you have it.

“Judas” will be released on April 19. (iTunes)