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Ripple Music Launches Benefit Auction For Family Of Jason McCash

Nearly a month ago, the metal community lost a brother, a father, a husband, a friend, and a comrade when Jason McCash of Indianapolis doom outfit The Gates of Slumber passed away at the age of 37.

Ripple Music has issued the following announcement about donating proceeds from a 2XLP release to the McCash family:

"The entire extended heavy-music family has felt the effects of the tragedy and, in times like this, it's more important than ever that we gather together to help one another and show the love and support we so vehemently stand for.

"Ripple Music has a long-standing tradition of donating all proceeds from auctions of its rare test pressings to charity, so when the time came to let go of this beautiful 2XLP test-press copy of Earthen Grave's debut album, it was clear that the money should go to the family of Jason McCash.

"For more information, or to bid on this gorgeous, rare test-pressing, head to this location."

You can also donate directly to the McCash family by clicking here.

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