“Rob Halford…is back with another fascinating and insightful book….Rob delivers the scriptures of his life’s work with a clever and unique twist….He shares these ‘gospel truths’ with humor and open candor without leaving out any risqué details….Biblical…is told in Rob’s relaxed tone, as if he is speaking directly to you one-on-one while mixing serious and in-depth topics with whimsical reflections on life’s lessons.”—Sonic Perspectives
“Fans can rightfully think of [this] as ‘The Book of Halford.’ A fast and fun read…There are plenty of funny moments.”—Antimusic.com
"[Biblical is the perfect companion piece [to Confess], looser and even more wry and humorous…. Halford’s ‘sermons from the mount of heavy metal’ will attract even the non-hardcore Judas Priest fan.”—The Houston Press
“Halford’s honest and warm recollections give the feeling of hanging out with an elder rock statesman who never fails to entertain. He shows the same humility and sensitivity as in his previous book, and readers will find that he is never far from his roots as a kid from Walsall, England. Rock-music readers who enjoyed Halford’s first book will enjoy his second just as much, if not more.”—Library Journal
“Aspiring metal gods…will enjoy these sermons from the mic.”—Kirkus Reviews
"For nearly half a century, Halford has been the voice of Judas Priest, screaming for vengeance against nonbelievers."
"Raw and searingly moving, Confess will delight metal heads and music fans alike."—GQ
"Confess can't be reduced to a collection of salacious gay encounters, cocaine binges or romanticized rock'n'roll horror stories. It's a cautionary tale that offers redemption through courage and the changing of times. It's a treasure-trove of heavy metal nuggets and anecdotes that any rock-blog dork would lose their mind over. But most importantly, it's a beautiful exploration of the human condition and one man's capacity for love and self-love."—Forbes
“Salacious revelations….The most hotly anticipated hard-rock autobiography of the year, Rob Halford’s Confess is gossipy, good natured, and hilarious, often unintentionally. It’s also gloriously and relentlessly filthy….With a breezy, down-to-earth frankness…Confess is much more personal story than music memoir…Halford is winningly unpretentious and self-deprecating….In its final stretches, Confess becomes a moving meditation on family, friendship, personal growth, and social progress…[a] revealing and entertaining book.”—Classic Rock Review
"[Halford] didn't pull any punches and he didn't leave anything out. I thought that was very courageous...very heartfelt and very real."—Buzz Osborne, Melvins
"Rob Halford led Judas Priest, and heavy metal itself, out of the Midlands and into the bigtime."
"Deliciously readable...Confess is a warts-and-all rock'n'roll confessional."—Esquire
"A unique and deeply revealing insight into the extraordinary life he has led."