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InACage To Donate New EP, "Remains," Sales To American Cancer Society

San Francisco metal band InACage has issued the following update:

"We are proud to announce that our new EP 'Remains' is now available @ the Los Gatos Public Library! A special thank you to the entire staff! Los Gatos rocks! It will also be available soon through the Santa Clara County Public Library in weeks ahead! More info to follow."

"We hope you will help support our cause and purchase the EP ($5.00). 15 % of each album sold will be donated to the American Cancer Society. As some of you are aware, Darren Reinholz (our guitar player and bro) mixes chemo therapies for a living @ Alta Bates Hospital in Berkeley (the same hospital I was born at). My grandfather currently has it in his spine, Stephanie's grandfather died from it in 2008 and we have had more family and friends than we care to count who have either had it @ one time or another or have unfortunately passed away from it. We hate the hell out of it! It runs deep. The other reason is that we would like to at least break even so we can record another album towards the end of the year. HAHA! In fact, we already have quite a bit of new material in the works!"

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LIbraries Rock!!!

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Metal Underground Rocks!!!

Thanks to everyone involved!!!

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