Judas Priest May Go After The Gap

(Classic Rock) Rob Halford and Judas Priest may go after a clothing store chain for illegally using the cover design for their classic album Screaming For Vengeance.

Gap were last month in the spotlight after Priest fans noticed a t-shirt design bore more than a passing resemblance to the metal eagle graphic on the 1983 record.

"It's very naughty of them. They shouldn't have done that and we're investigating that right now, because that's intellectual property rights. We were never asked, neither was our label," Halford tells The Quietus. "Having said that it's brilliant, isn't it? To think that something 30 years later is still striking enough to be a fashion moment."

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