HALFORD To Perform New Year's Eve Show In Las Vegas

HALFORD are tentatively scheduled to perform a special New Year's Eve show in Las Vegas, Nevada along with two other, as-yet-undisclosed acts, according to a posting by frontman Rob Halford's longtime personal manager John Baxter on HALFORD's official web site. No further information is available at this time.

In other news, HALFORD's headlining appearance at Seoul, Korea's re-scheduled SoyoRock Festival on October 12th will be filmed and made available "in some form" via the band's site, according to Baxter.

Also on the HALFORD front, final editing on the band's forthcoming video, "In The Morning" (which appeared on the Japanese version of the group's latest CD, Crucible), was completed this past week. The clip will premiere in Japan during the coming weeks and via the band's official web site shortly thereafter.

There are currently no plans for HALFORD to tour the U.S. or Europe until early next year.


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