In the wake of the recent cancelation of the highly anticipated Christian metal reunion festival Beyond the Mountain, Roxx Productions, in association with former STRYPER manager Daryn Hinton, has stepped to the plate and announced the Up from the Ashes benefit show. The official press release reads as follows:
"On Saturday night, August 27th, 2005, many artists will UNITE and REUNITE with one common cause and goal to support our brothers in Mexico at Rockers Helping Rockers across the Nations.
"Among the artists performing will be the return of HOLY SOLDIER, featuring Steven Patrick! This lineup has not played together in nearly 15 years!!! In addition, many artists will be coming together to make this event a success. Acts such as NEON CROSS, ONCE DEAD (featuring the former members of VENGEANCE RISING), ULTIMATUM, RIVERA BOMMA, LAUDAMUS, TYKKUS and TOWER OF HUNDRED will be performing.
Way of Life in Anaheim, California will host this once-in-a-lifetime event. Doors will open at noon, vendors, food and band merchandise will be available throughout the day.
For additional details, visit www.roxxproductions.com.
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