The legendary singer of Judas Priest, Rob Halford made a new interview with Xray.Fm of Portland Oregon and revealed one of the biggest statements of his life. Rob admitted that he’s never totally happy with his performance.

Here is what he said:

“This is the side of what we do that can be quite challenging. There’s been something floating around in America that finally got to me. Where was it now? Let me think. I think I was in Austin, Texas when I started to feel sick, and then by St. Louis, it was really, really bad, and it turned out to be bronchitis. So, for the first time in living memory, I had to cancel a show down in Colorado, which I hate doing — I hate canceling shows. Because we love our fans so much and we know it’s a major disappointment.”

He continued:

“But my doctors told me that if I didn’t take the break that I needed, then it could have gotten a lot more serious, which, God forbid, it did, because I was flat on my back in bed for four days in Denver, filling the bloodstream with every antibiotic and every kind of medication known to man.

I’m still not completely over it. My voice is in decent shape. It’s never as good as I want it to be, because I’m a perfectionist. I’m never totally happy with my performance — that’s just the way I am. If I get one note wrong, it pisses me off. But I’m happy, man — I’m healthy, the band’s healthy.”

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