Members of P.O.D., PAPA ROACH, EXTREME, ADEMA and STATIC-X are among the musicians that have joined forces to record a single that will benefit victims of the tsunami tragedy in Southeast Asia, according to MTV.com.
For the past two weeks, songwriter Jason Miller of GODHEAD and producer Jay Baumgardner (PAPA ROACH, SEETHER) have been recruiting celebrities and recording music for the track in North Hollywood, California.
Instrumentals for "Forever in Our Hearts" were laid down by JANE'S ADDICTION drummer Stephen Perkins, A PERFECT CIRCLE drummer Josh Freese, 311 bassist P-Nut, PAPA ROACH bassist Tobin Esperance, TRAPT guitarist Simon Ormandy, singer Ben Jelen on piano and violin, and former EVANESCENCE guitarist/songwriter Ben Moody.
On Sunday, an army of actors including Eric Roberts and Ming-Na ("ER") and artists such as former EXTREME members Nuno Bettencourt and Gary Cherone as well as members of LIT, VERUCA SALT, ADEMA and STATIC-X gathered to record a sing-along of the chorus. Read more.
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