Sydney’s apocalyptic metallic hardcore band BURNING SEASON have announced their new charity release in support of Assist a Sista, an organisation which aims to assist in breaking the cycle of domestic violence by supplying food, clothing, furniture and other items to aid those escaping violent and abusive relationships. All profits from this release will be given directly to them to help further their efforts. The release contains the band’s new outstanding offering called “Beneath the Demon’s Wings” and a digital download of a cover of MORNING AGAIN‘s “Free to Decide” and BURY YOUR DEAD‘s “House of Straw”. Check out “Beneath the Demon’s Wings” below and travel into the bleakest corners of human misery,
Here’s the official word from the band:
This release is a flexi 7″ available on black and white, all profits will be donated to the Assist a sista foundation. They are a non-profit organisation that aims to
“Breaking the cycle of domestic violence, one family at a time.
Assist a sista is a Gold Coast based group of community volunteers who work together to help survivors of domestic violence to rebuild and repair by bringing hope and restoring faith.
Through our facebook page, we facilitate donations of clothing, furniture, non-perishable food items, toys and other essential and non-essential comfort items. We have also launched our Assist 2 Learn program, supporting children in Refuge to attend school with all the basic essentials that they need.
We supply these items on a needs basis, to families (who always remain anonymous), via our contacts (their assigned support workers) at shelters from Sydney, Northern NSW to North Queensland. We are rapidly expanding into new regions and our vision is to be active in every city and region across Australia.”
More on their organisation can be found at www.facebook.com/AssistASista?fref=ts
All profits go directly to their cause and aiding in assisting those which suffer. Please give generously.
BURNING SEASON on tour:
24/10 – Melbourne
25/10 – Melbourne
28/10 – Newcastle
29/10 – Sydney
30/10 – Brisbane