On Oct. 1, Judas Priest will begin a six-week tour of the U.S. in support of their new album, 'Redeemer of Souls.'
Rob Halford has responded to Bruce Dickinson's complaint that Judas Priest use a Teleprompter during their concerts.
Yeah, we've been wondering for a long time about why he did that.
The Judas Priest frontman has an umbilical hernia that he says "looks like the alien just burst forth!"
In the fall of 1992, despite the fact that his career was riding high on the strength of the 'No More Tears' album, Ozzy Osbourne decided to announced his retirement. He committed to play two farewell shows, Nov. 14 and 15, in Costa Mesa, California and asked his old band, Black Sabbath, to do the honors of opening the shows. But that's not how things worked out.
If Judas Priest had scheduled a film premiere 30 years ago, Rob Halford would have showed up on a Harley. But time stands still for no one -- not even a Metal God -- and Halford was rocking a decidedly different set of wheels at the New York screening of the band's 'Epitaph' DVD on May 14.
With Judas Priest's landmark album 'Screaming for Vengeance' celebrating its 30th anniversary, frontman Rob Halford has been out making the publicity rounds discussing the record's classic songs -- and, as he did in a recent interview with the Quietus, talking about the controversy surrounding the Gap's decision to sell a t-shirt that looks suspiciously like the album cover.