ROB HALFORD 'Would Love To' Make Another FIGHT Album
February 14, 2015
In a brand new interview with Australia's Scenestr.com.au, JUDAS PRIEST singer Rob Halford was asked if he is ever going to do another record with his '90s band FIGHT.
"I've just been through a patch with the [management] people who were looking after me previously," he said. "It took a while to get everything knocked back into shape legally and to get out of the hell that I was going through. But the good news is my solo back catalogue is slowly being put back out there into the world again. And, if the opportunity arises, I would love to do that again."
He continued: "PRIEST is the most important band to me, ever, first and foremost. We are always very busy in PRIEST, so it's a matter of finding the time. I would love to. I remember bringing FIGHT down to Australia, oh God knows how long ago now [circa '97]. Maybe I will come back with FIGHT, reconnect and have a good time."
FIGHT was assembled by Halford after his departure from JUDAS PRIEST in 1992. The group's initial lineup was completed by JUDAS PRIEST/RACER X drummer Scott Travis, Russ Parrish (a.k.a. Satchel of STEEL PANTHR) on guitar, Brian Tilse on guitar and keyboards and Jay Jay on bass.
FIGHT released two studio albums in the early 1990s — 1993's "War Of Words" and 1995's "A Small Deadly Space".