Halifax based Spread The Metal Festival who’s goal is to raise $100,000 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada with 100% of ticket revenues is proud to announce the first round of Canadian bands supporting the fest and charity fundraiser.
“Spread the Metal Records has lofty ambitions for this festival and as it grows each year, I want to prove that the label is as committed to philanthropy as we are to releasing phenomenal records. We take on the responsibility to help those who cannot help themselves, and this festival has the power to help a lot of people, year after year.” – Matt Day STM owner and festival organizer commented.
Event Link – www.facebook.com/
Kataklysm (Festival Headliner) – www.facebook.com/
Answer With Metal – www.facebook.com/#!/
Black Moor – www.facebook.com/#!/
Blasphemy Reborn – www.myspace.com/
Crimson Shadows – www.facebook.com/#!/
Cry Oh Crisis – www.facebook.com/cryohcrisis
Death Valley Driver – www.facebook.com/#!/
Descend – www.Descend.se
Dischord – www.facebook.com/
Fallen Joy – www.facebook.com/#!/fallenjoy
Hallows Die – www.hallowsdie.com
ABOUT: Spread The Metal Fest was inspired by STM Records owner Matt Day, whom previously worked for HSF as a volunteer and decided it was time to give back to the community and help an organization and cause that promotes awareness of heart disease along with financial support.
About: Spread the Metal Records is an artist-oriented label. They recognize the commitment of all those who have signed with them and those who continue to support them in other ways. A label is only as strong as its artists, and indeed the job of the record label is to create an environment where they can pursue their artistic vision. That means giving straight answers, holding themselves accountable, taking responsibility for their mistakes, and recognizing their own limitations. STM believes in every release that they put out and they have more respect for the fans than to expose them to a sub-par album. STM demands the best from themselves, and so they can’t accept any less from the bands that they represent.
For More Info: www.spreadthemetal.com/