fter he left Judas Priest, Rob Halford engaged in several other self-started operations, including Fight, a band that released two albums, to fold shortly later when he opened up this more industrial influenced thrash metal attempt 2wo, (pronounced "two") under the direction of himself with John Lowery (guitar), James Wooley (keyboards), Ray Reandeau (bass) and Sid Riggs (drums) resulting in the one-off Voyeurs in 1998. The album came a cross as very punk rock and a marked departure from his traditional heavy metal style he became known for, thus alienating a lot of his traditional fans. The band split shortly later. Halford would open a self-named band Halford before rejoining Judas Priest.
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