FATAL SMILE's New Song To Benefit RONNIE JAMES DIO's Cancer Fund

Vocalist Blade of the Swedish hard rock band FATAL SMILE has issued the following update:

"Two days ago Y [guitar] sent me a piano ballad he wrote while saddened by the horrible tragedy of Ronnie's [James Dio] passing due to cancer. That night I wrote the lyrics and melody to the song 'For The Last In Line'.

"We decided to have it recorded and released in the name of Ronnie's new fund, Ronnie James Dio Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund. In the morning we recorded it and today it was mastered and released. iTunes and all other sites will follow.

"We have decided not to release the full version on Spotify, but it can be heard on YouTube as of tonight!

"I guess it's some kind of record, getting a song released a day after it's written...

"Ronnie James Dio Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund is registered as owner of this song, and gets 100% of all sales!

"Buy it to support his cause, the fight against cancer."


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