Halford, the band fronted by Rob Halford of Judas Priest in the early 2000s, will re-release their second and fourth albums, Crucible and Made of Metal. This is the first time these albums have been released on vinyl. They are self-released and are being distributed by Vision Merch. Each record is limited to 2,000 units total (in various color combinations). In related Halford news, Rob is also a guest on the upcoming Dolly Parton (4xLP!) album, out this fall.
by John Gentile
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