When asked how does he feel about his era in PRIEST and if he thinks it deserves more attention, he responded:
“I love it. I still tour and I’m able to play songs from ‘Jugulator’ and ‘Demolition.’ Yeah, I think it definitely deserves more. I mean, they don’t do anything. [Laughs]
“It’s kind of amazing that they just totally erased it that they won’t play… I mean ‘Burn in Hell’ [off ‘Jugulator’], the crowd would like to hear ‘Burn in Hell.’
“They don’t have to give me a tribute or anything, but it would be nice to play a song from… You know, that was a pretty big thing, I did two studio records, two live records, and a DVD, starting from ’96 to 2004.
“So it’s kind of crazy that it’s just been erased and they won’t even play a song from it live, because it is JUDAS PRIEST.”
Speaking how was it like working with K.K. Downing and Glenn Tipton, Tim said:
“Oh, it was great. I think some of the funnest times in my life with a band was with them. They treated me great, really friendly, we had such a great relationship. I have nothing but great things to say about them.
“The thing I miss about JUDAS PRIEST is I just miss hanging out with them. We just had a lot of fun together so I definitely miss that.”
Asked if he’s still in a good relationship with a band, singer responded:
“Yeah, we still get along, we still talk – absolutely. I mean, we don’t talk that much anymore. K.K. and I probably have talked the most and he’s supported me and he came to my concerts when I played in England.
“I’m even friends with Rob [Halford], that’s the best part. And we talk and when we see each other we have a great conversation. A lot of respect.”