Here we have two very different singers, but each is a master of their craft. Rob Halford has laid down some of the most devastating shrieks with Judas Priest while Bobby Blitz of Overkill ceases to age and sings with utmost conviction.
For many musicians, being transformed into a 'Simpsons' character is an honor outweighed only by a Nobel Prize. Many of rock and metal's most iconic figures have been turned yellow by 'Simpsons' animators, and Judas Priest singer Rob Halford is the latest to receive the cartoon treatment.
Judas Priest and Rob Halford are rocking in harmony, but behind the scenes there had been some issues between the band's management and Halford's longtime rep John Baxter, who took legal action against the group claiming breach-of-contract. However, Law360.com reports that the two sides have settled their differences.
As Five Finger Death Punch near the finish line to the release date for ‘Volume 1’ of their forthcoming double-album 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell,’ the band is getting fans pumped up with the latest edition of their new webisode series that walks through the songs track-by-track.
Legendary Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Halford spoke all about the band’s new concert DVD, ‘Epitaph,’ as well as the band’s plans for a new studio album. He also spoke about his journey as a vocalist with Judas Priest, as well as his collaboration with Fiver Finger Death Punch on the single ‘Lift Me Up.’ If you missed Full Metal Jackie’s show, check out her interview with Rob Halford below:
Things may be bright and rosy for Five Finger Death Punch, getting to work with the "Metal God" himself Rob Halford on their current single 'Lift Me Up,' but the mood of the track is anything but cheery, as evidenced in the lyric video for the song.
The performance everyone had been waiting for was Metallica's show-closing set, and the band came ready to rock. A blistering performance of 'Disposable Heroes' brought a standing ovation, with Lars Ulrich perhaps the only person on his seat at the end of the song whe
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