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This article is about the industrial metal band. For other uses, see 2wo (disambiguation). 2wo Origin Birmingham, England Genres Industrial metal Heavy metal Years active 1996–1998 Labels Nothing Associated acts Halford, Fight, Judas Priest Members Rob Halford Bob Marlette John Lowery Ray Riendeau Sid Riggs 2wo was an English industrial metal band, formed by former Judas Priest lead singer Rob Halford as a side project, after the break-up of his first solo project, Fight. Contents 1 Band history 2 Discography 3 Videography 4 References 5 External links // Band history Halford and guitarist John Lowery aka John 5 formed the group in 1996, and were signed to Trent Reznor's Nothing Records label. Reznor produced their sole output, Voyeurs, which sold poorly. Halford disbanded the group two years later. Halford has recently expressed interest in releasing the early demos from Voyeurs, which he has described as "tougher and edgier" compared to the final album.[1] Discography Voyeurs (1998) Videography Halford hired porn director Chi Chi Larue to direct the video for the first single, "I Am a Pig".[2] This video featured grainy S&M scenes of the band and various porn stars, including a few brief glimpses of Janine Lindemulder, in a sex dungeon. It also incorporates some of the album's artwork into the concept. It was not widely shown because of its content, but was not banned. References ^ Kurchak, Sarah (2007-07-17), Rob Halford Wants To Release 2wo Material He Did With Trent Reznor, Chart (magazine), http://www.chartattack.com/news/44035/rob-halford-wants-to-release-2wo-material-he-did-with-trent-reznor, retrieved 2009-03-14  ^ Mtv News contributor(s), (February 3, 1998), Ex-Priest Frontman Halford Turns To Gay Porn Director For New Video, http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1429871/19980203/halford_rob.jhtml, retrieved 2007-07-20  External links NY Rock interview with Rob Halford This article on a heavy metal musician or group is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e