The Metal Injection-fueled ‘Slay at Home’ streaming festival will come to a close with a final showing next month. The virtual fest first aired last May and returned for monthly installments, which continued to feature a rotating list of cool bands in support of a different charity each month.
The ‘Slay at Home’ finale goes down on June 18 and 19 beginning at 3PM EST both days, and, as usual, it’s free for all to watch on YouTube. The upcoming gathering will help support charity organizations Musicares, The Iggy Fund, The Cancer Research Institute, and National Alliance On Mental Illness.
Regarding the impending event, which is set to feature tons of bands and musicians (see the full list below), show runner Frank Godla comments, “For the one year anniversary edition of Slay At Home, I announce my most ambitious show to date, which also happens to be the finale. As they say, all good things must come to an end.”
Frank adds, “I started Slay At Home early in the pandemic as my personal mission to create an entertainment fundraiser that would aid the music industry and charities I’m passionate about while providing a fun new experience for metal fans around the globe. As the world prepares for a post-quarantine come back, with more live shows announced each week, I have made the decision to send off Slay At Home as it began a year ago, with a mammoth variety show filled with lots of surprises, for a great set of causes.”
Along with all the headbanging acts, the event will also include discussion panels airing before the music portion of the show. “More details on this side program will be released closer to the show,” Frank notes. See the schedule below.
Cover Collaborations by members of:
Type O Negative
The Black Dahlia Murder
The Dillinger Escape Plan
Life Of Agony
Cult Of Lilith
Downfall of Gaia
Original performances by:
Javier Reyes of Animals As Leaders
Amigo The Devil
Steve ‘N’ Seagulls
Employed To Serve
From The Vastland
The Lion’s Daughter
Dirty Black Summer
Pitch Black Process
Brave The Sea
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