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For Judas Priest's Rob Halford, coming out to fans 'was almost a dangerous thing to do'
For years, Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford led a double life. Until 1998, he was a deeply closeted gay man who was terrified that coming out would mean the end of his career in the macho world of metal. In his new memoir, Confess, Halford tells the story of how he ended up coming out and going on to have a thriving career that continues today. He joined Tom Power from Los Angeles to reflect on the hardships that resulted from keeping his identity a secret from his fans for so long.