DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT PACKAGE Debuts Featuring HALFORD Live Concert

With the record industry scrambling for ways to service the downloading audience, DEP Music TM is introducing a new digital media which allows the packaging of all promotional, media, artwork, audio and video elements of established and breaking bands bringing it to the fan bases with a very friendly and easy-to-use interface.

Known by millions of fans across the globe as the "Metal God", JUDAS PRIEST vocalist Rob Halford and his band HALFORD are featured in the DEP (Digital Entertainment Package) launch. The HALFORD DEP contains 11 live songs recorded at Disney's California Adventure House of Blues in Anaheim California, February 7, 2003. In addition to the music and a stunning interface, HALFORD selected additional DEP features including a screensaver, wallpaper (with one click install), photo gallery (with a slide show), bandmembers' road report, lyrics, a printable CD cover for the new HALFORD concert, and an arcade-like video game, which have been tailored for the HALFORD audience. The DEP can be downloaded for FREE exclusively at RobHalford.com.

DEP co-founders Attila Juhasz and Perry Guilianti believe DEP is a great web-marketing tool for the music industry's established and breaking artists. The DEP, with its outside of the box philosophy may be the saving grace for the forgotten album product.

For more details about DEP, DEP Music TM and future DEP releases, visit www.DEPMusic.com.

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