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So it’s kind of an irony tinged with stereotypical assumption.But there I was you know, and suddenly some straight people were saying, “We should have got that all along, because look at what he’s dressed like.” I think that is very insulting and very narrow-minded.But, anyway I think it is fair to say that I would have been probably more difficult.I probably would have not made the announcement had I been in Judas Priest at that time.SDGLN: You mentioned that your “Made of Metal” album is your most personal release in your solo career. HALFORD: It is just that I think it is important to have messages that talk about things that are important to you on a personal level, moral, and the observations that you make, and things that you see or experience in life.And I think that there is an opportunity for me in my solo career to do those things that would not be right to do in another place.SDGLN: Being a legendary metal front man, when most people thing of metal and rock music they think, “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll.” How did this expectation or stereotype play out for you as a gay man?HALFORD: I had the drugs and the rock ‘n’ roll, but I was not having the sex. (laughs)SDGLN: Did you feel like you had any pressure, from groupies coming around, and did other men in the bands wonder why you weren’t hooking up?
What I think I have done is destroy the myth that heavy metal bands don’t have that capacity. Heavy metal now is a completely different world compared to heavy metal in 1980. There are still a lot of issues that need to be addressed, but I think slowly but surely our lives are getting better.Do you feel like you gained a larger fan base for Judas Priest, Halford, and the projects that you were working on? I am sure I picked up some gay fans due to my coming out.As far as anything changing dramatically, things stayed as they were.But, the vast majority of them were completely accepting of me, and it was tremendously powerful.
SDGLN: Do you feel like the gay community received you well?
Second, because as I said when you become protective of everybody else, you don’t protect your own needs.