Former JUDAS PRIEST Singer To Finish Book About Band's Early Years

The following update has been posted on the official web site of original JUDAS PRIEST singer Al Atkins:

"Al says THE DENIAL [also featuring IRON MAIDEN/PRAYING MANTIS guitarist Dennis Stratton] have decided to take a break because nearly all the members of the band have their own commitments at this moment in time. Al himself has to finish off his book he is writing about the early years of JUDAS PRIEST, titled 'Dawn of the Metal Gods', and also wants to record the rest of his songs for his fifth solo project which he is currently working on.

"THE DENIAL will get together again next year he says to play festivals in the U.S.A and Austria when Adrian Badland (drums) returns from a trip to Australia."


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