MORBID DREAM, DIABLO, NORTHER, and EVIL CHUCKS, a one-off group made up of Finnish metal veterans, will appear at a charity concert honoring late DEATH frontman Chuck Schuldiner at Nosturi in Helsinki, Finland on Friday, March 1st. All proceeds from the gig will be donated to Juliana Von Wend foundation, which conducts cancer research without animal experimentation in Finland.Formed specially for this event, EVIL CHUCKS' line-up will consist of guitarist Mitja Harvilahti (MOONSORROW), guitarist Janne Perttilä, bassist Oppu Laine (MANNHAI, ex-AMORPHIS), drummer Nalle Österman (GANDALF), vocalist Alexi Laiho (CHILDREN OF BODOM), vocalist Taneli Jarva (THE BLACK LEAGUE, ex-SENTENCED), and vocalist Jaska Hurskainen (GANDALF). According to informed sources, DIABLO's six-song set will include three DEATH covers, while NORTHER will play several Human-era DEATH songs with the help of CHILDREN OF BODOM drummer Jaska Raatikainen. For more information on this event (in Finnish), go to this location. (Thanks: Tuomas Toivonen)
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