Bandcamp has announced the return of its’ popular Bandcamp Friday’s supporting underground artists and labels for the rest of 2021. Today, September 3rd, 2021 is Bandcamp Friday for this month and is live from 12 midnight PST to 11:59 PM today. They will continue to hold events on the first Friday of the month for the rest of 2021.
Bandcamp has announced the return of its’ popular Bandcamp Friday’s supporting underground artists and labels. Today, August 6th is Bandcamp Friday for August and is live from 12 midnight PST to 11:59 PM today. They will continue to hold events on the first Friday of the month for the rest of 2021.
Bandcamp has announced the return of its’ popular Bandcamp Friday’s supporting underground artists and labels. They will continue to hold those on the first Friday of the month for the rest of 2021.
Today Bandcamp is donating 100% of our share of sales to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund on Friday, June 18th, from midnight to midnight Pacific Time in honor of Juneteenth to support their ongoing efforts to promote racial justice through litigation, advocacy, and public education. They previously also announced that the next Bandcamp Friday will be on August 6th, and they will continue to hold those on the first Friday of the month for the rest of 2021. Support some artists you love today on Bandcamp, for a good cause.
Bandcamp has announced is’ second annual Juneteenth fundraiser where we donate 100% of our share of sales to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund on Friday, June 18th, from midnight to midnight Pacific Time. They also announced that the next Bandcamp Friday will be on August 6th, and they will continue to hold those on the first Friday of the month for the rest of 2021.
With the cancelation of the venerable Maryland Deathfest this year, now rescheduled to 2021, the fest’s organizers are scrambling to offset the loss of income and other associated hardships. They have done so much for our scene in America and now all over the globe. MDF is now offering a fundraiser for an exclusive shirt and several donation options to help them out, so if you can afford to give, please do. Continue reading
Capetown Bluesy Rock band Basson Laubscher and The Violent Free Peace have launched their online store to raise funds to offset the loss of their European due to the global coronavirus pandemic outbreak. The band was three dates in on their first European tour when lockdowns started happening and hey needed to get out of Amsterdam and head home. They managed to get the last flight back to Cape Town that was available. This has left them with huge debts. What they’ve done is to launch their online store for merch and physical products so they can try and make some money pay. There is a donation option too, but the focus is on selling mech and vinyl. In an effort to try to recoup some of their cash, they’ve just launched their own online store so fans can order merchandise directly from them. If you’re willing, you can also make a donation via their PayPal account to help cover their costs. Watch Basson’s message here: Continue reading
Insomnium and Omnium Gatherum are teaming up for a joint livestream event, taking place on Friday, April 10 at 18.00 CEST. The event is going to raise funds to offset the awful developments of their massive North American tour, canceled by the Coronavirus Pandemic outbreak. Both bands will be playing live on April 10 and the viewers are going to be able to comment and react on the performance in real-time. This offers the opportunity for the fans to react and interact during the show. During the changeover, members of both bands will be available for a live chat as well. The ticket sale has started and available on the same platform. The recording will be available for 48 hours after the live stream. (Ticket price is: 8,90€.)Continue reading
Former Darkest Hour, Scar The Martyr, and Weapons of Anew guitarist Kris Norris are seeking help with medical bills after recently suffering a heart attack. The fundraiser is already halfway met, but Norris has also been selling his prized gear to afford treatment. Please help Kris if you can by donating or sharing this fundraiser. Norris commented on social media, offering that he was “diagnosed with inflammation of the heart or pericarditis and had a procedure done called a cardiac catheterization.” He further went on to state that the heart attack was the result of a suspected bacterial infection.Continue reading
As we’ve been following the story, Matt Pike of High on Fire and Sleep has had a rough time with his health of late. After a banner year in 2018 which saw stellar releases from both of his bands (and an incredible single too), Pike was forced to cancel two huge headline tours due to ill-health. Any artist not able to tour is in a bad place when it comes to earning money to survive. With medical bills mounting and Pike off the road, for now, a friend has stepped in to help. Respected photographer Tim Bugbee of Tinnitus Photography has covered Matt and his bands for many years. Well-known in the scene for his terrific concert photography, candid shots of artists, interviews, and reviews of bands, Tim is a fixture at shows in his home of Boston, as well as around the world. Amassing a huge archive of photos of hundreds of bands, Bugbee has also shot “roughly 30 shows of Sleep and High On Fire”, according to his site. Now he is selling blown-up photos as a fundraiser for Matt, shipping to the US and Canada. There is an autographed option and 100% of the gross profits from sales will go directly to Matt. This is amazingly kind of Tim and for a great cause. Details below at the link to Tim’s website. Continue reading