FUSE TV's 'URANIUM' Helping To Support JAMES MURPHY In Time Of Need

Fuse TV's heavy metal program "Uranium" is trying to do more than bring more than metal to the masses these days. They're trying to help save someone's life. That someone? None other than the death metal legend James Murphy of DEATH, OBITUARY, TESTAMENT, DISINCARNATE, etc.

James was diagnosed with a massive brain tumor in August of 2001. He has since had 70% of the tumor removed, but still needs tons of expensive medications which he cannot afford without assistance. As with most musicians, insurance is unaffordable or unavailable and the government has not offered much help if any.

Hoping to raise awareness, "Uranium" has set up a web site with various interviews from bands who have been helping out James, including Jack Owen from CANNIBAL CORPSE and Terry Butler and Chris Barnes from SIX FEET UNDER. The page also includes a link directly to a donations page on James' web site. Every single penny donated will go directly to James and his cause.

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