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Friday, 22 January 2016

Original JUDAS PRIEST Singer AL ATKINS's New Album To Include Guest Appearances By IAN HILL, RALF SCHEEPERS

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Original JUDAS PRIEST Singer AL ATKINS's New Album To Include Guest Appearances By IAN HILL, RALF SCHEEPERS
According to PowerOfMetal.dk, original JUDAS PRIEST vocalist Al Atkins is working on a new album of reworked versions of songs covering the four decades of his singing career. Guest musicians set to appear on the as-yet-untitled effort include JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill (on two tracks), former GILLAN bassist John McCoyPRIMAL FEAR singer Ralf Scheepers, Christian guitarist Paul MayDEATH DEALER axeman Stu Marshall (guitar) and Japanese guitarist Tsuyoshi Ikedo from the band UNVEIL RAZE.
Regarding how the idea for the album came about, Atkins told the site: "After Paul May and myself [were] asked to record a 'best-of' album by our record company, we recorded the ATKINS MAY PROJECT 'Anthology'. It then got me thinking about recording my own solo 'best-of] album, but set about re-recording all of my fave songs from the last four decades and using guest players. We still have three tracks still to record before it is all finished, but it is sounding absolutely killer."
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