Rob Halford has written one of the most candid and surprising memoirs of the year. . . Confess is a riproaring tale, a funny, often shocking and genuinely emotional story
The Metal God shares stories from a life like no other, spending over 50 years in the heavy metal bubble, facing adversity head-on but always with a wry smile and horns held firmly aloft
Raw and searingly moving, Confess will delight metal heads and music fans alike
A unique and deeply revealing insight into the extraordinary life he has led
funny, forthright and unexpectedly poignant
Captivating... Even for those who give metal a wide berth, his tale is fascinating
A rock confessional with a difference... deeply, deeply moving... Confess does not always make for easy reading. There is a real sadness to parts of it but Rob Halford's warmth and humanity shine through. Absolutely one of the best rock biogs in ages.
It's a compelling story, well told, and should become a school set text to counter homophobia and promote inclusion
Halford's dry black country wit is the perfect complement to his eye-popping candour
The most hotly anticipated hard-rock autobiography of the year. . . gossipy, good-natured and hilarious. . . it's also gloriously and relentlessly filthy
Rock 'n' roll page-turner. . . riotous and revealing
The year's most touching and revelatory rock autobiography
There are in this memoir the usual triumphs, tragedies and tales of misadventure. . . but the real appeal is in Halford's self-deprecating demeanour and dry, Black Country wit.