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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Halford - Crucible at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Halford collection/5().
  2. Album "Made In Hell" — Resurrection: "Betrayal" Christoffer Salzgeber: Crucible: "Forgotten Generation" — Metal God Essentials, Vol. 1: "Get Into The Spirit" — Halford III: Winter Songs: "Made Of Metal" Dean Wright: Halford IV: Made of Metal "Like There's No Tomorrow" —.
  3. May 19,  · Crucible () Live in Anaheim (2 CDs; recorded , released ) Halford III: Winter Songs () Halford IV: Made of Metal () Live At Saitama Super Arena () With the arrival of The Complete Albums Collection, metal fans will now have the definitive collection of Rob Halford s stellar work outside of the mighty Judas Priest, all in /5(23).
  4. Recordings. Halford's first album Resurrection was included in Martin Popoff's The Top Heavy Metal Albums of All cebakenalapodermasslecthurlmoldburg.coinfo addition, the songs "Silent Screams" and the title-track "Resurrection" were included in Popoff's list. The track "The One You Love to Hate" featured vocalist Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden.. In Halford, released its second studio album Crucible.
  5. Feb 22,  · Title track off the "Crucible" album (). LYRICS The cause of my affliction Can never be resolved A case for self infliction Whose sin can't be dissolved Lost in a room of mirrors There's only.
  6. Crucible is the second studio album by the heavy metal band Halford released in A remixed and remastered edition was released in In contrast with the retrospective approach of the previous Halford album, Resurrection, Crucible was an intentional effort to depart from the traditional metal themes. The album has been described as.
  7. Apr 04,  · Halford IV: Made of Metal is the fourth studio album by the heavy metal band Halford, the solo project of the Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford. It was produced by Roy Z and recorded during
  8. Halford's vocal approach on Crucible is also different in comparison to Resurrection. Here he seems to adopt a darker, more menacing tone which means that for the majority of the record, lower pitch is favoured and the higher-pitched shrills, very prominent on .

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