Former JUDAS PRIEST Drummer Teams Up With PRIEST Members On Upcoming Solo Project

Former JUDAS PRIEST drummer Dave Holland, freshly out of jail following an arrest over claims that he carried out a sex attack on a wheelchair-bound, mentally retarded 17-year-old teenager, is reportedly recording tracks with members of JUDAS PRIEST for an upcoming solo project, according to The Northern Light. Holland is also set to play drums on a couple of tracks on the next PHENOMENA album, tentatively titled "Psychofantasy", which will also feature appearances by Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH), Keith Murrell (MAMA'S BOYS), and Tony Martin (BLACK SABBATH). When he's not busy recording or giving drum lessons (or allegedly molesting mentally retarded children), Holland conducts drum clinics in Northampton, England.


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