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Good Fight Music Offer Free Compilation Album Download



GOOD FIGHT MUSIC has just released a free sampler, available at! No strings attached, so head on over to Amazon and download nine free tracks by your favorite GOOD FIGHT MUSIC artists! But hurry, this is a limited time offer! The download link is above, and you can view the tracklisting below:
1) Conditions – When it Won’t Save You
2) The Contortionist – Primal Directive
3) Cancer Bats – Drive This Stake
4) This or the Apocalypse – Backlit
5) Son of Aurelius – Facing the Gorgon
6) Rosaline – The Messenger, The Infinite
7) I Am Abomination – Rock N’ No Soul
8) Son of Aurelius – A Good Death
9) I Am Abomination – Greeting From Easter Island
“Amazon’s ability to provide suggestions and cater specifically to the needs of an individual’s taste is what makes them the best at what they do,” states GOOD FIGHT MUSIC label manager Mike Conroy. “When an opportunity was presented to us to put together a free sampler of our label bands with the backing and clout of Amazon, it was a no brainer.”

GOOD FIGHT MUSIC is a branch of GOOD FIGHT ENTERTAINMENT, formed earlier this year by music industry greats Carl Severson and Paul Conroy. Pioneers in the hardcore and metal scenes, and former partners at Ferret Music, Warner Music and ChannelZERO, Conroy and Severson have proven track records for innovative thinking and unwavering tenacity. Their abundance of experience has taught them how to spot cutting edge talent and propel them into the spotlight. To obtain maximum visibility for its releases, GOOD FIGHT ENTERTAINMENT’s record label, GOOD FIGHT MUSIC, has partnered with Sony’s RED distribution, which distributed Ferret for six years before their merger with Warner’s Independent Label Group. During that time, Conroy and Severson helped launch the careers of numerous hardcore and metal outfits, including Killswitch Engage, Every Time I Die, and From Autumn to Ashes, while taking the likes of In Flames, The Devil Wears Prada, Chimaira, Madball and more to previously unachieved levels of success.


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