Cat-Fronted Metal Band CATTERA Releases Debut Single 'Hunger Of The Beast' For Charity
April 1, 2021
Hailing from the literal streets of New York City, CATTERA is a feline four-piece fronted by reformed street cat Roope-Shakir, fur baby of Fearless Records product manager Anna Mrzyglocki.
Today, CATTERA has released its debut single, "Hunger Of The Beast", via Bandcamp. Listen below.
"I knew Roope-Shakir had star power from the moment he entered my apartment," Mrzyglocki says. "I heard his emotion-filled meows and knew he needed to be the front cat of a metal band. It sparked a passion for A&R I never knew I had. People may think CATTERA is just another 'industry plant,' but there's real talent here."
"I'm stoked to release my first track with CATTERA, as I'm a huge fan of OG animal kingdom metal bands like HATEBEAK and CANINUS," Roope-Shakir purrs. "I hope I can be an inspiration to all street cats who have something to say."
CATTERA also shared a behind-the-scenes studio clip, offering a look at its creative process.
100% of the track sales and any additional donations will directly benefit Whiskers-A-GoGo, the Brooklyn non profit volunteer-run cat rescue group that got Roope-Shakir off the streets and into his forever home.
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