HALFORD Film "Betrayal" Clip, Finalize "Crucible" Track Listing

HALFORD have completed filming a video for the track "Betrayal" this past weekend in Los Angeles with director Cristoffer Salzgeber of The Mine (i.e. IRON MAIDEN, MEGADETH, CYPRESS HILL). "Betrayal" comes off the group's much-anticipated Crucible CD, which is due for release on June 25th in the US and June 24th in Europe. The final track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Park Manor
02. Crucible
03. One Will
04. Betrayal
05. Handing Out Bullets
06. Heart of Darkness
07. Crystal
08. Heretic
09. Golgotha
10. Wrath of God
11. Weaving Sorrow
12. Sun
13. Trail of Tears

The first 20,000 copies of Crucible will contain two special bonus tracks: "She" and "Fugitive".

In other HALFORD-related news, Rob Halford will be hosting two upcoming episodes of the Rock Show on VH1. The first episode airs this Friday night. Check local listings for air times.


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