METAL FOR HAITI: Brazilian metal musicians compose song to help Haiti

November 15th, 2010
by EvilG


METAL FOR HAITI: brazilian metal musicians compose song to help Haiti   – Metal For Haiti is a project created by brazilian metalheads Renato Osorio (Magician, Scelerata) and Tiago Masseti (Daydream XI) aiming to raise funds for the reconstruction of Haiti. The idea was to write a song and gather a large group of musicians, involving various bands from the south of Brazil, to record for a good cause and help people through heavy metal music.

The will to help Haiti gave birth to “Don’t Lose Hope”, a single available for streaming on MySpace ( Metal fans willing to help this cause can buy the single on iTunes ( and Amazon ( All funds raised will be donated monthly to Haiti fundations.

Check out the line-up of Metal For Haiti:  

– Tiago Masseti (Daydream XI)
– Eduardo Clark (Unmaker)
– Iuri Sanson (Hibria)
– Gui Antonioli (Anaxes, Tierramystica) – Ricardo Vieira (Fighterlord)

– Renato Osorio (Magician, Scelerata)
– Magnus Wichmann (Scelerata)
– Jonathan Spinelli (Liberty)
– Diego Kasper (Hibria)  

– Tomás Gonzaga (Daydream XI)  

– Rodrigo Bitarello (Sun Chasky)  

– Zé Bocchi (Magician)  

“When a whole country
Lies broken on the ground
And you see the bodies laying there
Without making a sound
Make an effort
The smallest act of a healthy, wealthy person
Can become the light of hope to the needed, desperate eyes
Of those who cry
Of those who die”
– Metal For Haiti


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