Former JUDAS PRIEST frontman and current HALFORD singer Rob Halford will guest host on Sirius Radio's 24-hour heavy music channel, Hard Attack, this Friday (May 3rd) from 9:00 AM to 12 Noon Eastern time. Halford will join regular host Don Kaye as they spin various metal cuts, including songs from Halford's recent work and classic tunes from his with JUDAS PRIEST.

Sirius subscribers can find Hard Attack at Channel 29 on their satellite band receiver. Listeners on the Internet can go to and follow the sign-up instructions in order to stream the audio for free.

Hard Attack is the nation's first 24-hour metal radio station on Sirius Satellite Radio, a new national radio service for the car that will provide 100 channels of digital entertainment coast-to-coast, including 60 original channels of completely commercial-free music. Sirius' service is presently available in 11 states Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, North and South Dakota, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, and New Mexico with its national rollout expected to be completed by July 1st.


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