Former JUDAS PRIEST Frontman To Reissue Solo Album

Former JUDAS PRIEST frontman Al Atkins will re-release his 1994 solo album, "Heavy Thoughts", on May 5 through Market Square Records. Worldwide distribution will be handled by Koch International.

Atkins' last solo album, "Victim Of Changes", was released through Neat Records in 1998, and featured several classic PRIEST songs written by Al, such as "Never Satisfied", "Mind Conception", "Holy Is The Man" and Al's version of "Whiskey Woman" (later re-titled to "Victim Of Changes").

"Heavy Thoughts", which was originally issued by Gull Records in 1994, contains eight songs, including the JUDAS PRIEST classic "Caviar And Meths" (the full nine-minute version with lyrics).


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