FIGHT: Free Video Download Of 'Into The Pit' Available

June 25, 2008

Metal God Entertainment and Rob Halford have released "Into The Pit", a four-disc FIGHT retrospective featuring the band's three audio recordings re-engineered for release: "War Of Words - Remixed & Remastered", "Mutations Remastered", "A Small Deadly Space - Remixed & Remastered" plus an exciting two-hour DVD "Fight Live In Phoenix", a 24-page full-color booklet and custom-designed digi-box. A free video download of FIGHT performing the song "Into The Pit" live in Phoenix, Arizona in August 1993 is now available via the widget below. It can be downloaded for iPod, iPhone, Zune and your computer. Formats include: QuickTime (.mov),MPEG-4 (.mp4),iPod & iPhone (.m4v) and iPhone Cellular (.3gp).

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