ZT EXCLUSIVE: MITCH HARRIS’ MENACE UNVEIL NEW VIDEO. WATCH IT HERE!
We are pleased to premiere the stunning video from Mitch Harris’ [ex-Napalm Death] Menace, entitled ‘To The Marrow’, courtesy of those good people over at Season Of Mist. This will be able to watch for a limited time only; it is set to self-destruct (well, the link will be removed) on Feb 24th at 23:59 CET precisely!
The track is taken from the forthcoming Menace album, Impact Velocity, also featuring Derek Roddy, Shane Embury, Fred Leclercq and Nicola Manzan, and is out now. You can order a copy here.
This video clip is part of a collaboration between Mitch and Kseniya in support of a child cancer charity. Mitch and renowned sand artist Kseniya Simonova (winner of Ukraine’s Got Talent and featured in the video), have teamed up to support a Ukranian Children’s Cancer Charity. Two videos have been created combining the music of Menace with the art of Kseniya Simonova for a charity in aid of a young girl struggling for her life against cancer. In the words of the guitarist:
“We are trying to raise funding and support for Marina Loskutova, a Ukranian child and sports champion with kidney cancer”, explains Mitch. “Marina has qualified for treatment in the UK, and so far we have managed to raise 68,000 Euros already, which is halfway towards our final goal of 121.000 Euros. Marina is about to begin the next stage of treatment, but there is still a large sum to generate. We hope that the powerful creative message behind our goal is enough to inspire some to help in any way they can. So much passion, preparation and positive energy has gone into the production of this unique collaboration. You’re in a position to make a difference to a family in desperate need, and help a small group of people rebuild their future. Here is a Paypal link:
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volunteer Tatyana Potarina.
If you would feel kind enough to donate anything, even 1 Euro/Dollar would increase Marina’s chances of survival and will give hope to her family without a voice in this desperate situation.”
You can find further explanation and information on Marina Loskutova and the charity through the following web-links below: www.gofundme.com/3l3kqg