Unique charity single happens next week
British hardcore mob, Dead Town Nothing, are proud to unveil the ‘MAKE SOME NOISE‘ campaign. The band will be hitting the studio on July 9th to write and record a single in one day, which will be released for download and on CD, with all proceeds going to charity.
Anyone who downloads or buys a copy of the single on CD will be donating to the NSPCC, to help raise awareness and to help support children who are suffering as a result of child abuse.
Skinny Mammoth Studios on the Isle of Wight are very kindly supporting this campaign and have donated a days Studio time to the band. The bands’ management, West Management, based in Gothenburg Sweden, are also pledging their support.
The band had this to say on the campaign:
“For us, this something of a challenge to really test our music. The exciting thing is, we don’t even know what will happen or where we will take the song or even its name! It will be a completely organic process, and at the same time help a charity that we ourselves feel strongly about.
We hope and feel it will really contribute to supporting children who are day in and day out suffering at the hands of abusers.”
The single will be available to download through a dedicated bandcamp page. Pre-orders of the download version are now live, or if you choose to donate through Dead Town Nothing’s Just Giving page, you will receive a copy of the single on CD.
Since forming in 2011 Dead Town Nothing have been smashing and cutting their teeth on the real underground music scene, playing venues far and wide, creating a buzz with their unique style of Hardcore Punk Rock. Dead Town Nothing are recognised as one of the angriest acts in years, not only on record but also through their live performances. Bringing the violent nature of their songs to the stage with a fuel for hatred accompanied by angular riffs and larynx-lacerating vocals. Dead Town Nothing are unable to be pigeon holed, standing out from the pack by carving a unique image for themselves.
Dead Town Nothing released their self titled debut record in 2013 followed by their second instalment ‘Consequences‘ released physically in late 2014 and digitally in May 2015. The album has been met with positive reviews and described as ” A Real-world, urbanised and painfully raw album exhibiting a cunning knack for melody with an extraordinary balancing act of temper and tranquility that positively bleeds integrity.” With likening to bands such as Converge and The Dillinger Escape Plan. ‘Consequences’ was nominated for album of the year in the underground scene in December 2014 by Musically Fresh.