Alunah will be headlining Thursday's Mosh Against Cancer event at The Arches Venue in Coventry on 31st March 2016. We'll be joined by our friends in General (featuring ex-Alunah bassist Gaz), Signs of Fire and Molotov Souls. All in aid of the amazing charity Teenage Cancer Trust.
Alunah are happy to be hosting this event.
Local bands and Concerts4cures are coming together to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust Music Programs in the Midlands.
Bands joining us will be:
This hardcore / crust / grind band exists to have a doss and churn out pummeling grinding songs.
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A grindcore / sludge / crust band from the Midlands of Northampton and Milton Keynes.
This part man, part ape ferocious beast feeds on Raging Speedhorn, Murder One, Napalm Death and Slayer.
Midlands-based stoner-rock band who are inspired by music of the past and have a bag full of awesome tunes to prove it!
Scruffy Murphys will be making recordings of the show to sell on behalf of the charity, we will also be holding a METAL RAFFLE with kindly donated goodies from all kinds of awesome bands.
Entry is £4 and all proceeds will going to the Birmingham Children's Hospital's Teenage Cancer Trust Music programme.
Facebook Event Page:
Official poster coming soon...
Concerts4cures.org was started over 3 years ago in USA with a charity called drumSTRONG.org. Drum Strong is a US registered non-profit charity organization who have an annual drumathon in Charlotte, NC every May where they set a Guinness World Record each year for the longest continuous drum circle (last year was 30 hours!).
There are several cities around the world who do simulcast internet streams to join with the main event in Charlotte, they work with Drum Strong to hold charity concerts to help local children who are battling cancer through their Pediatric Percussion Program. PPP brings music to children's cancer unit's around the US and C4C was started with a goal of raising funds to purchase instruments and get instruction for those children.
C4C aligned with The Teenage Cancer Trust (Roger Daultry's charity) to put on shows in different cities to raise funds for TCT music programs at TCT children's cancer units in those cities. TCT is one of the biggest children's charities in the UK and have a fabulous reputation for the work they do for children with cancer including their star studded week of shows each March at the Royal Albert Hall.
C4C has done shows for TCT in Liverpool to support the Alder Hey Children's Hospital's 'Imagine' program for music and arts and also shows around London to support The Royal Marsden Children's Hospital and the TCT's Southeast Music Program. This year they will have shows in London, Liverpool, Leeds, Brighton, Nottingham, and this one in Birmingham.
Their goal is to get funding to put on big shows that make big money for the music programs but for now are making whatever they can for local children's hospitals in the towns that host the show. In Birmingham the money would go to the Birmingham Children's Hospital's TCT units music program.
Please check out concerts4cures.org, drumstrong.org, and teenagecancertrust.org websites for a total understanding of what we all do.
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