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JUDAS PRIEST Frontman Rob Halford Recalls Songs Never Sing Live

JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford recalls a song he never sings live. As we all know “Metal Gods” talks about if there are any songs he never performed yet. But he always wants to sing this song.

Only one month ago, Rob Halford revealed that JUDAS PRIEST nearly completes the upcoming album. He says, “As far as JUDAS PRIEST goes, we already have a strong selection of songs – practically a complete album – to go when we’re able to reconvene at some point.” Also, his latest autobiography book published on September 29th, 2020.

During an interview with “Rockin’ Metal Revival“, Rob Halford answered some of the questions like, “Which song do you sing live?:

“Oh, yeah. I’ve always wanted to do the title track of ‘Rocka Rolla’. It’s a song that Glenn Tipton, JUDAS PRIEST guitarist wrote. It’s a great tune, isn’t it? And I don’t see any reason why we can’t do that. There are a few more.

I’ll keep ’em under, ’cause I don’t wanna give any things away. But this planned 50th-anniversary tour is gonna be something special. So we’ll definitely be digging deep into the JUDAS PRIEST catalog and pull out songs that we’ve never played before.”

When we back also in last year, Ian Hill answered;

“Em, not really, only when people mention it. I mean Rob, obviously, and Glenn still counts as well, although he’s not doing a great deal of live work.

He’s always there, and of course, Scott Travis, drums has been with us since 1989. Even Richie Faulkner, this is his ninth year. So, it’s a fluid current, if you know what I mean. So, no, I don’t feel like the last man standing, or anything like that.”

However, in September that before the beginning of JUDAS PRIEST’S “Firepower” tour, Glenn Tipton dropped out due to the deterioration of his Parkinson’s disease.

You can listen to Rob Halford’s full interview below!

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