JUDAS PRIEST's 'Creative Juices Are Flowing Hard And Fast': Spokesperson

JUDAS PRIEST are "working very hard" on the material for their much-anticipated reunion album with vocalist Rob Halford and are "really enjoying writing together again," PRIEST Management Co-ordinator Jayne Andrews has revealed in a brand-new online posting. "The creative juices are flowing hard and fast!!"

JUDAS PRIEST's first new studio album to feature Halford since 1990's "Painkiller" is tentatively due in late 2004. The band, who were most recently signed to Atlantic Records for the American territory, are believed to be seeking a new label home in the U.S. No further information is available at this time.


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