Bad Wolves, Metallica, Nine Inch Nails, Billy Idol, Social Distortion and more anchor Sweet Relief 'F-Covid' Charity campaign

Bad Wolves, Metallica, Nine Inch Nails, Billy Idol, Social Distortion and more anchor Sweet Relief 'F-Covid' Charity campaign

- By Ramon Gonzales

The joint effort with Fandiem and BandsinTown features incredible prizes from massive artists all to raise funds to help provide immediate assistance to artists and crews who have been financially impacted by the pandemic.

Multi-platinum rock powerhouse Bad Wolves have joined forces with Sweet Relief Musicians Fund for a unique charity initiative that brings together fans and bands in the name of much needed assistance for musicians and crew members that have been derailed financially by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 'F-Covid' Campaign pools together the likes of the previously mentioned Bad Wolves, along with heavyweights Metallica, Nine Inch Nails, Social Distortion and the iconic Billy Idol just to name a few with a special collection of prizes and offerings direct from the artists all to help raise funds to support Sweet Relief in their ongoing outreach.

Partnering with donation platform Fandiem and BandsInTown, Sweet Relief has curated an aggregate of prizes that include a signed guitar and Dear Monsters vinyl from Bad Wolves, a signed, smash guitar and passes to Primavera Sound Los Angeles from Nine Inch Nails, a pair of tickets to Metallica's sold-out performance in Las Vegas, and so mny more prizes with that ask of a donation towards Sweet Relief's 'F-Covid' campaign to enter.

“We think what Sweet Relief is doing is really cool, and we’re honored to be able to join forces with them. We love being part of the artist community and are grateful we have the opportunity to do something that gives back,” Bad Wolves said of the initiative.

Aric Steinberg, Sweet Relief’s EVP of Development and Artist Relations added, “We are thrilled to be partnering with Bad Wolves, and we are so grateful for their generous donation. The band is helping us provide immediate financial assistance to the indie music community; a community which has been hit especially hard by the pandemic.:

Steinberg continued, "It’s great when you get to work alongside artists like Bad Wolves because they are fully dedicated to helping the musician community from within, and their goals very much align with our mission at Sweet Relief.”

The partnership coincides with Bad Wolves' continued to charge on the strength of their most recent full length success, Dear Monsters. The album gave the band their sixth number one single at active rock radio at the end of 2021 with their hit “Lifeline” and remains a fixture in regular rotation with additional singles like the anthemic, “If Tomorrow Never Comes”.

Bad Wolves is also gearing up to begin their North American Tour joining Papa Roach and Hollywood Undead. The highly-anticipated run begins on March 1 in Southern California and closes out on March 30th in Corpus Christi, TX. Bad Wolves are also confirmed to appear at the massive Welcome to Rockville excursion in Daytona Beach, FL on May 19.

All upcoming shows and ticket information can be found - HERE

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