I am a fan of Judas Priest and loved all their albums so far. It took me some time to find out the band has two albums that don't feature original singer Rob Halford. The reason for not finding out soon is because these albums are the only Judas Priest's studio albums not listed on Spotify. These albums (released in 1997 and 2001 respectively) were recorded with Tim Owens, who joined the band in 1996, after Halford's departure in 1992. In 2003, Judas Priest announced they would reunite with Rob Halford, thus leading to Tim's departure.
The Jugulator and Demolition albuns rely on a more brutal approach (vocally speaking) than any other Judas Priest album, even though Tim was able to sing all the other Priest songs well enough. The thing is, I searched on YouTube for every song featured in Jugulator and Demolition, to see if I could find a live performance with Rob Halford but I can't find. I even took a look at the Epitaph World Tour setlist in which they performed at least one song for every album released just to find they didn't include songs from Jugulator and Demolition. I Googled anything about the reason on why Halford won't sing any of these songs and found nothing. The band don't seem to be "trying to hide" the albums nor they have issues with Tim, who said in an interwiew that he is still friends with the band members, even with Rob Halford. Rob Halford seems to be very confortable with the band's progress while he was away, as we can see in this video.
So, has the band ever performed Jugulator or Demolition tracks live with Rob Halford? Why won't the band include any of these songs on their setlists since Halford's returning? Is Halford unable to properly sing those songs?