HEAR 'N NOW RELEASE VIDEO AND NEW SINGLE "LET'S ROCK THE STAGE"


The Pittsburgh-based label, RFL Records, has teamed up with the

multi-artist coalition, Hear 'n Now, to release the initiative's

second single, "Let’s Rock the Stage." Off the heels of last year's

early pandemic collaboration, Hear 'n Now dropped the track "No Road

to Ruin," as a way to raise awareness and financial relief for those

who were hit hard by the initial impact of COVID-19.


This time around with Phase 2, efforts were focused on raising

awareness and support for the Save Our Stages Act which was designed

and implemented as a means to assist music venues and booking agencies

that may be facing financial crisis and/or permanent closure.


Once again, Pennsylvania based promoter and internet radio host,

William Loney, along with his Keep it Metal Promotions, organized a

team of passionate artists from around the United States and as far

away as Australia, who donated their time wanting to make a

difference.


“We're excited about the release of Let's Rock the Stage and

honored to be a part of Hear 'N Now once again,” said Keep it Metal

Promotion’s Loney. “Every little bit helps and this is our little

bit.”


Hear ‘N Now – Phase 2 “Let’s Rock The Stage” available now

at:

https://smarturl.it/letsrockthestage


"Let's Rock the Stage" includes the talents of Chris Natalini of Blood

Feast, Stu "The Hammer" Marshall of Death Dealer, Steve Stine from

GuitarZoom, Taryn Dorothy of Starlight, Ed Mischke of Veronica, "The

V" Freeman, Brian Ozz of Blackened Earth and the band Corners of

Sanctuary (COS).


“Playing live is such a huge part of what we do and seeing some of

these venues having to shut their doors is incredibly crushing to

me,” said vocalist Chris Natalini of Blood Feast. “So when Hear

‘n Now asked me to be a part of another project, I jumped at the

chance.”


"Let's Rock the Stage" was written and produced by COS guitarist Mick

Michaels and mastered by former Metal Blade Records exec and legendary

producer Bill Metoyer (Slayer, W.A.S.P., Fates Warning).


“As artists, we have a responsibility to do our part to not only

help the scene thrive but to keep it alive…especially during times

like these,” said songwriter Mick Michaels. “We have to pay it

forward to ensure there is still a scene to be a part of for years to