New ‘Rock Off Fibro’ album announced.Fibro is a tough condition to have and it’s great to see such a positive idea and campaign As the Rock off Fibro albums.
The DVD was brought together by Martin Aylward , Drummer in the Expelaires & System of Hate. Martin videos many bands for Slim Chance productions based in Wakefield. Together with Rock off Fibro  they teamed up to form Monty Moo  productions.
‘…The ethic is to bring bands who are willing to help raise public awareness of this incurable illness.
It is also aimed at bringing people suffering from PTSD and Depression into the safe world of music.
David started ROF due to myself contacting the illness. He has dedicated every spare moment into finding ways to bring artists together from across the UK and beyond.
They include the front cover which is a picture of Andrew Forcer. He suffers from Fibromyalgia and follows the theme set by last yes album, of using the face of those affected.
The DVD will retail for £10 a price we believe makes music available to all and will be available via
Any band interested in helping in future ROF projects, David would love to hear from them.
As they can be the key to helping save peoples lives through what ROF are trying to achieve…’
David & Martin are very proud of every band that have unselfishly offered to help and hope that these bands gain recognition for what they have done.
The DVD is called Lost in Music and will be available from October 3rd.
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