Full and original article posted on worcestermagazine.com
With 2020 being the most calamitous year of our lifetimes, it’s important to help those in need. People are struggling in numerous ways and a lot of folks could use a helping hand. With this in mind, the hard-core punk ‘zine Cellar Door teamed up with local label Glue Man Records to put together the first volume of the compilation “Rage: Sounds Of A Riot.” The record features 12 tracks from various hard-core and metal bands from the Worcester and Central Massachusetts area. One-hundred percent of the sales will be going to benefit Stone Soup, an artist and activist collective located at 4 King St. in Worcester, and Abby’s House, which provides shelter, housing and advocacy for homeless, battered and low-income women.
The man behind the linking up between Cellar Door and Glue Man Records is Jake Lutter, who runs the ‘zine independently. He’s friends with the guy who runs Glue Man and due to being inspired by the music scene they’re in, they created the compilation.
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