The group Two are actually just two different people (vocalist Rob Halford and guitarist John Lowery). Halford, needless to say, was the business lead vocalist of Judas Priest for pretty much twenty years. After departing the music group in 1991 to pursue “different musical suggestions,” he created the band Battle. Surprisingly, Battle was almost a carbon duplicate of Priest, without the former’s industrial success; Battle disbanded after two unsuccessful albums. Using the techno-alternative picture thriving, Halford attempted his hands at composing digital music. The outcomes were indeed much better than Battle, therefore Rob hunted down Nine In . Nails innovator Trent Reznor to try out his songs (Halford actually arrived unannounced at Reznor’s doorstep for the music introduction). Reznor was therefore impressed that he instantly agreed upon him to his Nothing at all label, and was the professional manufacturer of Two’s debut, Voyeurs. Guitarist Lowery became a member of Halford, while the vast majority of the other musical instruments were given by equipment. Reznor do his component by marketing the music group in content and interviews designed for NIN. It’ll be interesting to find if the general public encourage onetime steel god Halford being a recently made-over techno icon, or if Two are affected the same destiny as Combat.