The Metal God who is the fronting member of Judas Priest for many years, Rob Halford, was the latest interview guest of ‘Metal Hammer’s Joe Daly’ and talked about many things from how his days going during the outbreak and the release of Judas Priest’s latest photo book.

As you might already know, Judas Priest has celebrated their 50th foundation anniversary last year and released a special photo book named ‘Judas Priest – 50 Heavy Metal Years’ which includes 648 pages printed on art paper book. ‘The Deluxe Lether Edition’ has been released as 500 numbered copies and every single copy was signed by Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton, Ian Hill, Richie Faulkner, and Scott Travis.

In his latest interview, Judas Priest legend shared what he thinks about releasing the book during the self-quarantine and how did the outbreak helped them to concentrate on releasing it.

Metal Hammer has asked:

“Hello, Rob. Are you holding up these days?”

Rob Halford responded:

“You know, about the same place that everybody else is. It’s tough, isn’t it? At least we’ve got something to do to keep ourselves occupied. It’s especially exciting for us of course, with this incredible book that we’re getting ready to launch.”

Metal Hammer asked again:

“The band has been around now for 51 years. Do you ever think, ‘Where the hell did all the time go?’

Here is what Rob Halford said:

“What’s that expression? ‘Every picture tells a story?‘ That’s exactly what this book contains. It’s got hundreds and hundreds of stories attached to hundreds and hundreds of pictures.

There’s a little bit of a disconnect because you’re looking at yourself and wondering, ‘Did that really happen? Were we really there? Did we really do that show at that place?’ It’s a really important and valuable set of memories, that’s for sure.”

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