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The Moshville Times

Red Mist announce “Hope Through Devastation 3″ and the first batch of raffle prizes

Exeter-based metallers Red Mist have announced the, somewhat delayed, Hope Through Devastation 3 at the newly reopened Exeter Cavern on 22nd July 2017 in aid of Huntington’s Disease.

The show, which was originally supposed to take place in November 2016, had to be delayed after a fire gutted the South West’s iconic venue late last year.

Red Mist, who disbanded in 2011, held their first event in 2014 following the loss of Singer Paul “Gibbzy” Gibbs and his brother Kris (from local band Idiom) in December 2013. After two shows, raising over £1,400 they are putting together what is now becoming a regular staple on the Exeter Calendar.

This year’s event, which features support from fellow local bands Codex Alimentarius and Kill All The Gentlemen, is now set to take place in the newly refurbished Cavern and aims to be one of the highlights of the South West Summer gig calendar.

In a coming together of the UK Metal community, bands, festival organisers, PR companies and fans have donated a staggering list of prizes to be raffled off to raise as much cash for the Huntington’s Disease Charity. These include rarities, signed posters, T-shirts, CD’s, tattoo’s and so much more. Prizes have been donated from a plethora of music industry people including Acid Reign, Lawnmower Deth, Xentrix, Gehtika, Motley Brew, Uprising Festival, Beermageddon, Stereophonics, Moomin Merchandise, Photographer Will Tudor, Producer Russ Russell, Local Tattoo artists, Billy Talent, TurboNegro and much more.

There will be a full list of prizes regularly updated on the event’s Facebook page as and when they come in and raffle tickets will be available from £1 a strip.

You can find more information on the event page and tickets are available via the Cavern Website.

Red Mist: facebook | bandcamp

Codex Alimentarius: facebook

Kill All The Gentleman: facebook

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Multi-instrumentalist. Audio Engineer. Works with Cameras. Fan of 'extreme metal'. Lancashire lad now down south. Bit of a fan of pie and gravy...

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