Album Released To Help Bucharest Club Fire Victims

(Classic Rock) Romanian artist Costin Chioreanu has released an album entitled The Quest For A Morning Star to help raise funds to cover medical bills and funeral expenses for victims of the Bucharest club fire tragedy.

The blaze ripped through the Colectiv Club in Romania late last month during the band Goodbye To Gravity's set, claiming the lives of bassist Alex Pascu, drummer Bodgan Enache and guitarists Vlad Telea and Mihal Alexandru. Vocalist Andrei Galut remains in hospital in a serious condition.

Three more people have died late last week, taking the death toll to 54, while dozens more remain in hospital. Chioreanu - known for his work with At The Gates, Arch Enemy and Napalm Death - has gathered tracks he's composed and used during his art exhibitions and is selling the compilation via Bandcamp. All proceeds will be donated to those affected by the fire.

The artist says: "For our small community of music fans, this has been beyond terrible. The loss and impact is almost too big to comprehend at the moment.

"I want to thank all the great musicians who have taken part in these soundtracks for their immediate response and support in making this compilation possible and available for fundraising." Read more here.

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