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Members of Megadeth, Staind, Evanescence to Perform Together at Benefit Concert for Military Veterans

Image courtesy of Chill.com (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Chill.com (via ABC News Radio)

Megadeth bassist David Ellefson , Evanescence guitarist Troy McLawhorn and Staind drummer Sal Giancarelli will be joining forces to perform at a benefit concert at the famous Whisky a Go Go club in Hollywood, California on April 24.  The artists will be playing a variety of songs they recently created for the Battlefield of the Mind documentary soundtrack, which will be released the night of the show.

Tickets for the concert start at $15 and are on sale now at BattlefieldOfTheMindLive.Eventbrite.com .  Proceeds from the show will go to the Boot Campaign , which provides support to military veterans.

Battlefield of the Mind , which was co-produced by Staind frontman Aaron Lewis and narrated by Ellefson, focuses on homeless combat veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.  The film can be streamed or downloaded for $7.99 at Chill.com .

Here is the track list for the Battlefield of the Mind soundtrack:

“War Isn't Over Yet” -- Eye Empire
“Give Me Life” -- LoPro
“Tear It Down” -- Mike Mushok, Pete Murray, David Ellefson & Sal G.
“Wake of War” -- Troy McLawhorn, D.C., Mike Mushok, Corey Lowery & Mike Froedge
“No Words” -- Mike Mushok, Pete Murray, David Ellefson & Sal G.
“Not Like You” -- Troy McLawhorn, Pete Murray & Mike Froedge
“When” -- Life on Planet 0
“Witness” -- Viasava
“Drop Us in Hell” -- Sal G & Joseph Dougherty
“Awakening” -- When Earth Awakes
“Wake Up” -- Michael Benedetto & Keith Caro
“Save Me” -- Michael Benedetto & Keith Caro
“Ask McFly” -- The Dreaded Marco
“Hollow Destination” -- Otan Vargas

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