Fight, the short-lived thrash band that Rob Halford put together during his temporary departure from Judas Priest in 1992, could make a return to active duty.

The subject came up during a recent interview with Scenestr, and Halford revealed the possibility after saying he's just spent some time sorting out rights issues for his solo catalog. "I've just been through a patch with the people who were looking after me previously. It took a while to get everything knocked back into shape legally and to get out of the hell that I was going through," said Halford. "The good news is my solo back catalog is slowly being put back out there into the world again."

Many of Halford's non-Priest efforts are actually still very much in print, including the two studio LPs (War of Words and A Small Deadly Space) Fight released during its 1992-'95 run. Regardless of the legal status of the band's catalog, he sounds intrigued by the idea of putting the band back together -- at least provided he can find the time in between his obligations to Judas Priest.

"If the opportunity arises, I would love to do that again," he affirmed, quickly adding, "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. Maybe I will come back with Fight, reconnect and have a good time."

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