Fight (band)

Fight (band)

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Name = Fight

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Origin = Arizona, United States
Genre = Heavy metal
Groove metal
Years_active = 1993 – 1995
Label = Sony
Associated_acts = Judas Priest 2wo Halford
URL = [ Official Site]
Current_members = Rob Halford Mark Chaussee Brian Tilse Jay Jay Scott Travis
Past_members = Russ Parrish Robby Lochner

Fight was a band assembled by Judas Priest frontman, Rob Halford, after his departure in 1992. He took with him from Judas Priest the drummer Scott Travis, who actually has not ever left the British band. The line-up was completed by Russ Parrish on guitar, Brian Tilse on guitar and keyboards and Jay Jay on bass guitar. Halford wrote the music for the first album, and is credited for guitars, but he didn't play them on record or live.

The Fight musical proposal was quite different from Halford's former band; it was a mix between the classic metal sound created by Judas Priest and the new, edgier sound of bands like Pantera.

Fight released two albums and one EP before disbandement, but Halford continued to release albums through Apple's online iTunes Store along with his other solo releases in 2006.

On November 20th 2007 Rob Halford's Metal God Entertainment released "War of Words - The Film" on DVD.


*War of Words (1993)
*Mutations (half live and half studio remixes from first album, 1994)
*A Small Deadly Space (1995)
* (demos from the War of Words recording section, originally exclusively obtained through iTunes, but made available on CD with additional songs in 2007) (2006)
*War of Words - The Film (2007)
*Into The Pit (Box set with remixed and remastered versions of the War of Words, Mutations and A Small Deadly Space albums and the DVD "Fight Live In Phoenix") (2008)

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