FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES will take part in a January 8, 2008 benefit performance for the Looney Tunes CD store in their hometown area of Long Island, NY. A massive fire destroyed the store, which is family-owned and has been in business for over 35 years, last August. The store has been rebuilt and re-opened on December 1, with the help of donations from fellow indie retailers and local bands.
Francis Mark, FATA's frontman, said: "When I was 13 years old I bought my first hardcore CD from Looney Tunes, which was EARTH CRISIS' 'All Out War' EP. That was a huge turning point in my life and I've been going there ever since."
FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES' entire performance in-store will be recorded live. To gain admittance, fans must pre-order the recording for $7.99 either by clicking here or signing up at the door on entry.
This will be the only New York-area appearance by FATA as they continue their worldwide tour in support of their transformative and critically acclaimed fourth full-length, "Holding A Wolf By The Ears".
Tuesday, January 8
Looney Tunes CD store
31 Brookvale, West Babylon, NY 11704
7:00 p.m. sharp
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