Revolution Harmony for BuskAid

2013-04-29 by Philip Whitehead | 4 Comments
Revolution Harmony, the charity project set up by music lecturer and journalist Ray Holroyd, has announced the lineup and details of its new single, "We Are", set for release on July 18 with proceeds going towards the charity BuskAid. The song will feature System of a Down vocalist Serj Tankian, former Emperor frontman Ihsahn and a guitar solo from Devin Townsend. Further details can be found here: http://www.metalhammer.co.uk/news/serj-tankian-devin-townsend-ihsahn-to-feature-on-revolution-harmony-charity-single-we-are/
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ColonelWang
April 29th 2013
32 Comments


This literally can't be bad

tempest--
April 29th 2013
15840 Comments


Looks promising!

DatsNotDaMetulz
April 30th 2013
2020 Comments


Defo gonna get this.

TRMshadow
April 30th 2013
4982 Comments


All I'm hearing in my head is the One Piece opening.



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