JUDAS PRIEST Complete New Photo Session With Legendary Rock Photographer
Legendary rock photographer Ross Halfin has posted the following message in the "Diary" section of his official web site:
"[April 16] Wake up to beautiful English summer's day. You could wear shorts and a t-shirt, it's so warm. Have to drive to The North of England to shoot JUDAS PRIEST, half way there it starts to cloud over and rain..... it's grim up north, that's a fact. Shoot the MIGHTY JUDAS PRIEST at the state of the art Old Smithey Studios (well, state of the art circa 1962).
"Have to say I really enjoy seeing Glen, Keneth and THE PAINKILLER himself, Herr Halford (he hates being called this). Despite the gloom an enjoyable shoot. DON'T FORGET...... THE PRIEST ARE BACK!!!!!!
"Drive back to the Sunny South of England.
"[April 19] Can't seem to get THE PRIEST out of my system. Just played 'Heavy Duty', 'Defenders Of The Faith'... A bit more planet rock..."
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