Rob Halford Says Judas Priest’s New Album Is Almost Done

During a recent appearance on Q104.3 New York’s “Out Of The Box With Jonathan Clarke,” Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford offered an update on the band’s new album. According to him, the effort is almost done.

Halford said the following:

“It is close, yeah. All the writing’s done; the bulk of the recording is done. I’ve still gotta put my vocal tracks down. So, in essence, it’s done, which is a great feeling, because that really points us to the metal future. Everything that we’ve done in PRIEST over the last 50-odd years has been driven by the latest music that we’re making. So this is no exception.”

He also added:

“We’ll finish this 50th-anniversary celebration down in São Paulo, Brazil on December the 18th, and that’ll be this year done,” Rob added. “And then next year we’re kicking off with our good friend Ozzy [Osbourne] in the U.K.; we’ll do some shows with him. And [in the rest of] Europe. And then a few other bits and pieces we’ve got going over in Europe. And then we stop. And then we plan the next release sequence for the next PRIEST album.”

[via Blabbermouth]

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