Deathwish Inc., the long-running independent record label co-founded by Converge frontman Jacob Bannon, is donating all profits from webstore sales today (6/2) to ActBlue's community bail funds, which split donations between several different bail funds (as of this post, it's 40). That includes music and merchandise from Converge, American Nightmare, Deafheaven, Touche Amore, Gouge Away, Greet Death, Modern Life Is War, The Hope Conspiracy, Planes Mistaken For Stars, Boysetsfire, Code Orange, Ceremony, and several other artists.

"Today we will be donating all profits from sales at deathwishinc.com to be split between 30+ community bail funds across the country to help those arrested while protesting against racist police violence. Black Lives Matter. Period," the label writes. "If you want more information on the community bail groups represented, please visit https://secure.actblue.com/donate/bail_funds_george_floyd.

Stream the label's latest release, the debut album by J Bannon's new band Umbra Vitae:

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