Bad Penny features an all-star lineup of musicians including guest vocalists DEE SNIDER, ROB HALFORD of Judas Priest, former Journey frontman STEVE AUGERI, Queensryche lead vocalist TODD LATORRE, and MILITIA VOX. The band includes former Queen + Paul Rodgers touring bassist Danny Miranda, Blue Oyster Cult drummer Jules Radino, and guitarist/songwriter Mike Holtzman. Produced by Tony Bruno (Rihanna, Danger Danger).
Listen NOW: Metal legend Dee Snider has the megaphone on “Army of One,” while Judas Priest’s Rob Halford and Militia Vox front the blistering “Push Comes to Shove.” Now available through the links below. The singles “Lose Myself,” “The Mirror Lies,” and “Voices in My Head” are also available on all streaming platforms. Check out the official videos for “Push Comes to Shove,” directed by Grammy winner Dave Doobinin, and "Lose Myself," directed by Foad Farid (Lady Gaga's "Marry the Night").
Listen to BAD PENNY
Judas Priest’s ROB HALFORD + MILITIA VOX Guest On New Bad Penny Track
“Push Comes to Shove” debuts at #23 on Apple’s Metal Charts! “Lose Myself” Hit the Charts “With a Bullet!”
Bad Penny Returns to the Studio
with ROB HALFORD of Judas Priest
The band’s follow-up to their debut hit “Voices in My Head” is a nod to classic metal called "The Mirror Lies," which hit the airwaves 12/31/20. Then came the power ballad “Lose Myself” sung by former Journey vocalist Steve Augeri. The next single, “Push Comes to Shove” may be the band’s most ambitious yet. Powered by special guest ROB HALFORD of Judas Priest and four-octave dynamo MILITIA VOX, the track features Arabic orchestration and thunderous syncopation. “It’s a massive track that only Rob Halford and Militia Vox could do justice,” said Mike Holtzman. “We are thrilled that Rob and Militia brought their extraordinary voices to the song.” Get “Push Comes to Shove” anywhere you stream music.