Report: Metal Musicians To Rock For Hungry

Craig Astwood of The Arizona Republic is reporting that the hardcore/heavy metal band TRENCH is using its musical talents and the help of some friends to raise food items for the underprivileged throughout the Phoenix area.

TRENCH is teaming with St. Mary's Food Bank in Phoenix to have a food drive during Friday's (April 23) show at the Sets in Tempe. The band recruited three other acts, 12 TON SLEDGE, JASON SOCIETY and FERAL, to help out.

Patrons are asked to bring at least one non-perishable food item. There is a $3 cover for those bringing an item, a $5 cover without one.

Craig Henry, 30, TRENCH's drummer, said he wanted to do something to make this more than just an ordinary show.

"Hunger is a huge thing in Arizona," he said. "So many families don't have food." [Read more]


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