Church of Noise is back to rock Cambridge
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Cambridge’s legendary classic rock and metal night, the Church of Noise, has a charity night in March on Saturday, March 18 at the city’s Cornerhouse venue, for the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), which works to prevent male suicides.
The night, which has been running for over 13 years, is part gig and part club night aimed at fans of classic rock and metal.
Running until 2am, the night also features a live set from acclaimed Cambridgeshire metal covers band Lower Than Bones who have amassed a huge following with their exploisve live sets that cover Iron Maiden, Metallica, Megadeth, Pantera, Slayer, Soundgarden, Machine Head, Anthrax, System Of A Down, Alice In Chains alongside original material.
All money raised on the night will be donated to CALM, an award-winning charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK.
Neil Jones, Church of Noise organiser said: “In 2015, 75 per cent of all UK suicides were male and some men simply struggle to seek help.
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TThe Church of Noise, featuring Lower Than Bones, takes place on Saturday 18 March at the Cambridge Cornerhouse on Newmarket Road from 7.39pm - 2am. Tickets £4 www.cambridgelivetickets.co.uk
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