HALFORD: 'Get Into The Spirit' Video Released

November 3, 2009

"Get Into The Spirit", the new video from HALFORD — the band fronted by JUDAS PRIEST singer Rob Halford — can be viewed at www.MetalGodShop.com. It is also available below. The song comes off HALFORD's first holiday CD "Halford III - Winter Songs", which is being released via Rob's new label Metal God Records, distributed globally by ADA Global/Warner Music Group, Fontana/Universal Music Group, Conveyor/Universal Music Canada and Sony Music Japan.

"Halford III - Winter Songs" release dates:

North America: November 3
U.K. and European Union (except Germany): November 9
Germany: November 13

"Halford III - Winter Songs" is Rob's first solo release in more than seven years, and includes a collection of new Halford-penned tracks plus traditional holiday favorites presented with original arrangements by HALFORD (Rob Halford on vocals, Roy Z. on guitar, Metal Mike Chlasciak on guitar, Mike Davis on bass and Bobby Jarzombek on drums).

Written, arranged and recorded during 2008 and 2009, "Halford III - Winter Songs" celebrates one of the most exciting holiday periods of the year.

"Well, I've always said I wanted to produce a Christmas CD," commented Halford. "The HALFORD band has assembled a fantastic release, and we're excited to have produced a collection of holiday tracks which all of us have enjoyed from a very early age."

"Halford III - Winter Songs" debuts new HALFORD tracks "Get Into The Spirit", "When Christmas Comes For Everyone", "Light Of The World", "What Child Is This", "Oh Holy Night", "Come All Ye Faithful" and more.

HALFORD's last studio album, "Crucible", came out in 2002. "Metal God Essentials, Vol. 1", a 2007 collection containing 15 songs spanning Rob Halford's solo career, featured two new songs, "Forgotten Generation" and "Drop Out".

Halford was a guest on last week's edition of the "Maximum Threshold" show. The interview was recorded on October 26 and can be streamed using the audio player below.

"Maximum Threshold" is an Internet radio show dedicated to presenting up-and-coming hard rock bands and successful bands as well as interviews, news and music reviews.

For more information, go to MaximumThreshold.net.

Rob Halford interviewed on "Maximum Threshold" (click on player below to launch audio):

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