Watch ROB HALFORD Impersonator Performs On Peruvian TV Show

Rob Halford Impersonator

Alex Jekyl, vocalist and guitarist of the Venezuelan hard rock band JEKYL HYDES, was a guest on the March 24 episode of the Peruvian singing and impersonation competition show “Yo Soy.”

For his appearance on the program, Alex performed JUDAS PRIEST classic “Breaking The Law” while sporting a head-to-toe leather look as a nod to PRIEST singer Rob Halford.

“Yo Soy” is a local version of the European program “I Am”. Three judges chose the best impersonators based on physical appearance, singing ability and, of course, stage presence.

JUDAS PRIEST have postponed most of their previously announced fall 2020 U.S. tour dates to the summer/fall of 2021. Tickets and dates for the tour can be find here.

Halford recently spoke about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the band’s follow-up to 2018’s Firepower album.

He said during a recent appearance on Lazer 103.3 radio station: “We’ve already started work on it. We had some great writing sessions in the early part of this year until the world came to a stop in late March. I came back here [home] to Phoenix just to chill and relax for a bit and get ready for another writing session. ‘Cause that’s what we need to do as a band.

“You make a bunch of work and then you walk away from it and then you go back to it later and re-analyze it and continue the growth of the record,” he continued. “That’s what we were doing then, and we’re still doing it now — we’re still putting bits and pieces together.

“It’s an unusual way of making a record, but we’re not the only band that’s going through this situation in terms of creativity. You can’t let this pandemic stop you; you’ve gotta try and still get as much out of life as you can.”

Firepower was released in 2018 and is the band’s first studio album since 1988’s Ram It Down to be produced by Tom Allom and the first one with Andy Sneap as co-producer. The album sold around 49,000 copies in the United States within its first week of release, debuting at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart, making it the band’s highest-charting album in the US.