SLAYER, MACHINE HEAD, HELLYEAH, HAIL! Members Perform JUDAS PRIEST Classic At 'NAMM Jam'

Video footage of members of SLAYER, MACHINE HEAD, HAIL! and HELLYEAH performing a cover version of JUDAS PRIEST's classic "Breaking The Law" and taking part in an IRON MAIDEN jam during the the "Dean Guitars 2010 NAMM Jam" concert on January 15 at The Grove Of Anaheim in Southern California can be viewed below.

The "Breaking The Law" performance featured the following musicians:

* Tim "Ripper" Owens (HAIL!, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, JUDAS PRIEST) - Vocals
* Robb Flynn (MACHINE HEAD) - Guitar
* Phil Demmel (MACHINE HEAD) - Guitar
* Bob "Zilla" Kakaha (HELLYEAH, DAMAGEPLAN) - Bass
* Dave Lombardo (SLAYER) - Drums

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