HALFORD Subject Of Internet Speculation Over "Horrible" BANG YOUR HEAD Performance

HALFORD are the subject of much Internet speculation over the band's reportedly "lackluster" appearance at last Saturday's (June 29th) Bang Your Head festival in Balingen, Germany, where the group apparently played a 50-minute co-headlining set that included a "truly horrible" vocal performance from Rob Halford and virtually no interaction between the band and the audience, according to various postings on HALFORD's official message board.

Although unconfirmed reports point to internal trouble within the band and their management organization, no official word has yet come down on the matter. However, Halford's personal manager John Baxter has promised that he and Rob will address this issue in an official statement shortly.

Meanwhile, you can check out several photos taken at the above-mentioned gig at this location.


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