Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford has revealed that he was diagnosed with cancer last year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. "I had my little cancer battle a year ago, which I got through and that’s in remission now, thank God," Halford tells
Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford, the Metal God himself, celebrates his 70th birthday today. Halford's gritty banshee wail is one of the defining voices of heavy metal. He joined Judas Priest in 1973, just in time to record the Birmingham, U.K., band's debut album -- 1974's Rocka Rolla. Halford co-wrote most... Read More.
Judas Priest's plans to launch a 50th anniversary tour last year were waylaid by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the heavy-metal legends finally will get their chance to celebrate the milestone later in 2021. The North American leg of the band's trek, dubbed "The 50 Heavy... Read More.
Rob Halford's new memoir is called Confess, and that's just what the Judas Priest frontman does in the book, delving into his highlight-filled music career, while opening up about being a closeted gay man in the macho world of heavy... Read More.