Halford Loves Idea Of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Sabbath Tour

(Classic Rock) Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford says that he loves former bandmate KK Downing's idea of a greatest metal tour with Priest, Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath sharing the bill.

Guitarist Downing - who left the band in 2011 and was replaced by Richie Faulkner - said this month that he would only consider a return to Priest if they embarked on a "greatest metal tour" with other giants of the genre or as part of any future Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction.

Now Halford says the idea excites him too. He tells Metal Shock Finland: "I think that's the dream of a lot of people, to imagine Maiden and Sabbath and Priest and Led Zeppelin. Can you imagine what that would be like at Wembley? Oh my God! It would just be mad.

"It would be like multiple nights. Forget about 50 shows that Michael Jackson didn't do. It would be 100 shows at Wembley. So, yeah, it's great to hear that there's that passion still in KK's voice for Priest." Read more here.

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