JUDAS PRIEST and HALFORD Plot Their Attack!

JUDAS PRIEST performed an extended set at London's Brixton Academy last night for the filming of an upcoming DVD, which is tentatively scheduled to be issued in late 2002. Among the tracks that PRIEST were scheduled to play were the following:

01. Metal Gods
02. Heading Out To The Highway
03. Grinder
04. Touch Of Evil
05. Bloodstained
06. Victim Of Changes
07. The Sentinel
08. One On One
09. Running Wild
10. Ripper
11. Diamonds And Rust
12. Feed On Me
13. Green Manalishi
14. Beyond The Realms Of Death
15. Burn In Hell
16. Hell Is Home
17. Breaking The Law
18. Desert Plains
19. You've Got Another Thing Coming
20. Turbo Lover
21. Painkiller
22. Electric Eye
23. United
24. Living After Midnight
25. Hell Bent For Leather

In other news, JUDAS PRIEST have announced the dates for their spring 2002 European tour. They are as follows:

Mar. 13 – TBA - Paris, FRA
Mar. 14 - Turbinehalle - Oberhausen, GER
Mar. 15 - Reithalle - Dresden, GER
Mar. 17 - Spodek - Katowice, POL
Mar. 19 - Paegas Arena - Prague, CZ
Mar. 20 - Capitol - Hannover, GER
Mar. 21 - Columbihalle - Berlin, GER
Mar. 23 - Filharmonie - Stuttgart, GER
Mar. 25 - Hugenottenhalle - Frankfurt, GER
Mar. 26 - Stadthalle Furth - Nurnberg, GER
Mar. 27 - Volkshaus - Zurich, SWI
Mar. 29 – TBA - Vienna, AUS
Mar. 30 - Sap Hall - Budapest, HUN
Apr. 01 - Orpheum - Graz, AUS

In related news, HALFORD—led by former JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford—have finished recording “much of the music” [for their upcoming sophomore album] and hope to complete the vocal tracks in late January, according to a recent posting by the singer. The as-yet-untitled effort is currently being tracked at a Los Angeles studio with producers Roy Z. (BRUCE DICKINSON/HELLOWEEN) and Richard Polodor (ALICE COOPER/3 DOG NIGHT/STEPPENWOLF), and is due to be issued through Metal-Is/Sanctuary Records in mid-2002. Among the titles set to appear on the forthcoming CD is “Dead Men Talk”.


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