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Hemoptysis Appearing On Heavy Metal Magazine's Cancer Benefit Album "Gates Volume 1- Ascension"

Heavy Metal magazine has issued the following announcement about Hemoptysis and other bands appearing on the upcoming "Gates Volume 1 - Ascension" album:

"Heavy Metal magazine is proud to announce the final artist line-up for its soundtrack to Gates, titled 'Volume 1 – Ascension,' whose release date has been moved to August 9, 2011. All net proceeds from the sale of the audio companion to the comic, will benefit the Ronnie James Dio 'Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund.'

"Ronnie James Dio appeared on the 1981 soundtrack for the Heavy Metal film while a member of Black Sabbath.

"Hal Hefner, the creator of Heavy Metal Presents: Gates worked with artists LoveKrafty and Inside The Black to create all-new music to accompany the comic, and brought in other artists including Deltanaut, Hemoptysis and Black 'N Blue to complete the comic's music companion."

Hemoptysis frontman Masaki Murashita comments: "It's an honor for Hemoptysis to be included on the very first volume of the soundtrack for 'Gates' (Volume 1 – Ascention). To expand upon that we're extremely proud to be involved in a project associated with the legendary Heavy Metal Magazine, in which all proceeds will go to the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund. We hope you all purchase this killer soundtrack, and contribute to a very worthy cause."

The complete soundtrack will be available August 9 for digital download on iTunes and Amazon MP3. The complete lineup is as follows:

Black 'N Blue
Inside The Black
The Odd Wedding
Jordan Reyne
Friend Slash Lover
Rusty Eye
Kevin Bryce
Elysion Fields

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