Rob Halford says that he has a "gut feeling tells me we'll see something next year"In an interview with Billboard.com Halford says that the band was "ramping things up to get back into full writing and recording mode" back in England. He says that he and guitarist Glenn Tipton have "a tremendous amount of material in the vaults already" with new guitarist Richie Faulkner expected to add his own material to the mix.
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