Norwegian metallers FIGHT THE FIGHT announce live-stream charity gig
Live at 19:00 UK time April 21st, all proceeds to Save The Children
Norwegian high-octane alt-metal quartet FIGHT THE FIGHT will stream their first ever livestream gig on 21st April, 19:00 UK time via their Facebook page.
Join the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2595913117334833/
The band will perform songs from their forthcoming LP Deliverance (18th September, Indie Recordings / Metal Blade) and all proceeds will be donated to Redd Barna and Redd Barna i Moria (Norwegian Save The Child).
Redd Barna i Moria specifically is a rescue organisation centred on the refugee camp of Moria in Lesbos, Greece.
The band comment: “We would like to donate the money being raised during our livestream to some of the people who need it the most. Poor, innocent children being trapped in overfilled refugee camps in circumstances most of us can’t imagine. As Covid-19 spreads and people are dying, many of these are left alone with no family, care or help. If we can contribute by playing a rock ‘n’ roll show… This is what we’re going to do.”
FIGHT THE FIGHT are the perfect example of a band growing out of friendship. With their 2017 debut, the band already demonstrated their probing of musical boundaries, aiming for a diverse, experimental sound.
Led by frontman Lars Vegas, FIGHT THE FIGHT are a band with a huge amount of heart. With over three million streams, and previously supporting Avenged Sevenfold, Ministry, Devin Townsend Project, August Burns Red and more, FIGHT THE FIGHT are on the cusp of something special with LP 2, Deliverance.
Deliverance will deliver FIGHT THE FIGHT into ever-more-advanced musical territories. Elements of groove, black metal, technical metalcore and new nu-metal combine to huge effect. Think of the power of Slipknot, the rhythms of Lamb of God, the approach of Devin Townsend, and the all-round bombast of Rammstein, and you have in FIGHT THE FIGHT one of the freshest and most innovative, accessible young metal bands around.
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