Metal Tune For Chilean Relief

April 10, 2010

Chileanmetal: Relief is a project headed up by Ignacio Orellana, drummer for the New York-based band DOWNFIRE, who has brought together several metal musicians from Chile and from the international metal community in an effort of solidarity to record some songs aimed at benefiting the victims of this past February 27 earthquake in Chile.

All proceedings obtained from these songs will be donated to help the disaster victims rebuild their lives and communities.

Featured musicians:

Laura Vargas (SACRAMENTO) - Vocals
Caio Duarte (DYNAHEAD - Vocals
Daniel Duarte (EXECRATOR) - Vocals
Sebastian Osorio (RAINING) - Guitar
Francisco Martin (THE GARDNERZ) - Bass
Ignacio Orellana (DOWNFIRE) - Drums

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