HALFORD Producer To Fill In On Second Guitar

December 16, 2002

HALFORD producer/co-writer Roy Z (TRIBE OF GYPSIES, BRUCE DICKINSON, ROB ROCK) will fill in on second guitar for the band's upcoming 2003 world tour as the replacement for Patrick Lachman, who announced his split from the group last week. Roy is not expected to become a permanent member of HALFORD, who will resume the auditioning process for a full-time replacement once the upcoming touring commitments have been fulfilled.

"Everyone in HALFORD are excited all the pieces are now in place to hit the road," frontman Rob Halford stated. "We've got a very versatile set prepared, so come and get it."

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