JUDAS PRIEST: We Are Not Reuniting With ROB HALFORD!
Despite reports to the contrary, JUDAS PRIEST have no intentions of reuniting with former singer Rob Halford.
"There appears to have been some confusion regarding a story that is circulating," begins an official statement released by JUDAS PRIEST Management Co-ordinator Jayne Andrews. "There is no truth in the rumor that there has been a reunion with Rob Halford or that we are doing any shows with him in the summer. Ripper Owens is JUDAS PRIEST's vocalist — nothing has changed!"
PRIEST's statement was issued in response to a story that was originally published on the Canadian web site Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles, which quoted JUDAS PRIEST drummer Scott Travis as saying that the band were "hop[ing]" that Halford would rejoin the group in time for a summer tour.
Meanwhile BW&BK stands behind its story, saying: "[We've] got the guy on tape and can provide an MP3 as proof."
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